|Master Naturalists work on extending Onancock Nature Trail|
ONANCOCK --The days may be getting shorter, but the Onancock Nature Trail is getting longer. On Sept. 16, the nature trail at the Historic Onancock School was extended by 300 feet, thanks to a partnership between local businesses and the Eastern Shore Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists.
Ten Virginia Master Naturalists cleared and leveled the trail to prepare for a layer of crushed concrete. T&W Block donated 42,000 pounds of recycled concrete to the current project. S&T Construction donated time, equipment and expertise in moving and laying the stone. "This is a fine example of local businesses, the town, and volunteer Master Naturalists working together for the benefit of our neighbors, kids, and nature," said Donna Ware.
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We are always pleased to see Virginia Master Naturalists doing what they do best, getting outside, getting involved and volunteering!
Do you want to get involved in something cool? Calling all citizen scientists and outdoor enthusiasts - our next Virginia Master Naturalist basic training will be held at The Franklin Center in Downtown Rocky Mount beginning March 2012, feel free to email us for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website for the draft schedule of classes here. Learn more about the Virginia Master Naturalist program here!