Minnesota Master Naturalist

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BWBR - Art & Science, Silverwood Park, St. Anthony

Art & Science, Silverwood Park, St. Anthony website

2500 County Road E
St. Anthony, MN 55421

Come and learn more about the Big Woods, Big Rivers biome with an art and science influence. This cross disciplinary approach seeks to create a greater depth of knowledge, connection, and expression through understanding both art and nature. Through instruction, small group activities, field trips, and a capstone service project, we'll explore the geology, plants, wildlife, aquatics and ecological systems of Minnesota's temperate deciduous woodlands.

This course is also a partnership between Silverwood Park Interpretive Naturalist, Bailey Kaul and Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve Education and Community Engagement Coordinator, Caitlin Barale Potter. Come and explore this biome in a fun and exciting new way!

NOTE: Attendance at all class sessions and completion of capstone project are required for graduation. Masks are strongly recommended when entering indoor facilities at Silverwood Park. Please note this is subject to change based on Three Rivers Parks updated guidelines.

The course cost is $295 and includes course manuals and supplies.

If the course cost is a hardship, please fill out the scholarship application. After the scholarship is fully processed, you will receive a code to be entered in the on-line registration process. Please wait until you receive that code to complete registration.

Course Dates:

Meeting from 6:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. on:

Instructor Information

Bailey Kaul

Bailey Kaul has worked in the Environmental Education field for many years. She has a passion for a multiple disciplinary approach to outdoor education. She has most recently completed the Natural History Trail at Silverwood to engage audiences in technology, art, and nature. She is a life long learner and works to create opportunities and better access to underrepresented communities in the outdoors.

Caitlin Potter

Dr. Potter is the education and community engagement coordinator at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. Her background is in wildlife ecology, and she holds a B.S. in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology as well as a masters and Ph.D in ecology and evolutionary biology. She studied wildlife and animal behavior all over the world (mostly monkeys in Ethiopia) before finding her true passion doing environmental education! Now, she runs school field trips and public events at CCESR, works with scientists to get their results into the hands of students, and organizes several citizen science projects.

Sponsor Information

Three Rivers Park District


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