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Northern Neck Master naturalists

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Presentation: Waves, Tides, and Currents: What's Pushing the Waters Around in Virginia
Nov
13
1:15 PM13:15

Presentation: Waves, Tides, and Currents: What's Pushing the Waters Around in Virginia

Dr. Courtney Harris - Professor of Marine Science at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) - is the speaker at the 13 Nov 2018 General Membership Meeting of the Northern Neck Master Naturalists. Her topic is "Waves, Tides, and Currents: What's Pushing the Waters Around in Virginia.” The presentation is about the physical and geological “geography” of Chesapeake Bay and how waves, tides, and currents play an important role in defining the coastal regions of Virginia.

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Northern Neck Master Naturalists Members Field Trip to Bath County Virginia
Nov
7
to Nov 10

Northern Neck Master Naturalists Members Field Trip to Bath County Virginia

“150 miles West of the Northern Neck – What’s Different, What’s the Same”

A Northern Neck Master Naturalist field trip is planned to Bath County Virginia, November 7-10, 2018. This is a visit to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Mountain Region. Bath County is along the border with West Virginia and is west of I-81, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive.

NNMN Members Only

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General Membership Meeting/Field Workshop – Meadows
Sep
18
1:00 PM13:00

General Membership Meeting/Field Workshop – Meadows

Join the NNMN next Tuesday for a General Membership Meeting and Meadow Walk.  That is Tuesday 18 Sept - 1:00PM Wilna Tract of the Rappahannock River Valley NWR.

RRVNWR and Eastern Virginia Rivers National Wildlife Refuge Complex - Wildlife Biologist Lauren Cruz will join Betsy Washington, and Bryna Brennan in touring the meadows at Wilna and learning about how they were established and maintained.


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Meadowview Biological Station
May
16
10:00 AM10:00

Meadowview Biological Station

NNMNs have been invited to participate in this NNNPS field trip  

On Wednesday, May 16th, NNNPS will be traveling to Meadowview Biological Research Station south of Fredericksburg to visit a site dedicated to the preservation and restoration of rare wetland plants, habitats and associated ecosystems on the coastal plain of Maryland and Virginia. 

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