Thursday, August 14 @6:30 p.m. at MU Extension Building
Raptor Rehabilitation Project

The Raptor Rehabilitation Project is a service and education organization of the University of Missouri-College of Veterinary Medicine in Columbia, Missouri. The goals of the project are to rehabilitate and release birds of prey back into the wild, to educate the public about raptors and their importance in our envronment, and to gain more information about raptors.  
If you ordered a Rock Bridge History Booklet, please bring your $7 to the meeting (checks to Jill Edwards).
Please don't forget to bring your cup and plate and utensils!

Drinks: Suzanne Wright     Dessert: Corinne Remeika    Non-Dessert: Robbie Scholes



Boone's Lick Master Naturalists (Columbia chapter)

The Missouri Master Naturalist™ program is a community-based natural resource education and volunteer service program for adults, sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the University of Missouri Extension.

The mission is to engage Missourians in the stewardship of our state's natural resources through science-based education and volunteer community service.

Missouri Master Naturalist volunteers support conservation efforts and natural resource education in their local communities.

For current chapter members

Newsletters and minutes

Email Contact for Chapter Leadership

2010 Annual Report (PDF)

Chapter calendar — Includes upcoming events, volunteer opportunities and advanced training opportunities

Volunteer opportunities and Committee members

Advanced Training Approval/Report form

Chapter By-laws (PDF)

Chapter Member Manual (PDF) — Updated Dec. 31, 2011

Info on reporting volunteer hours

Reporting Service and Training Hours — How to and What Counts (PDF)

Reminder of Certification Requirements (PDF)

2014 Volunteer Timesheet (XLS) | PDF

Instructions for Completing the Timesheet (PDF)

Chapter advisors

Kent Shannon
573-445-9792 x310

Bob Pierce