From the Field: Trawling with Mississippi Master Naturalists
Our Extension photographer Kevin Hudson went out to sea to snag some great photos of the Master Naturalist training last weekend. We wanted to share a couple with you! On hand was our new Extension marine fisheries specialist Marcus Drymon. (You can learn more about him here.)
It was important to have experts aboard the ship that day because Master Naturalists got up close and personal with a hammerhead shark! That’s just one of the perks of being in our Master Naturalist program—You get a front row seat to research. If you would like to become a Master Naturalist, check out their website or Facebook page.
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Tyler Wilson, right, shadowed Dr. Steven Brandon during the 2016 Rural Medical and Science Scholars program. Participants in the program also receive college credit for two pre-med courses, visit various medical facilities, participate in lab-based hands-on learning activities and take part in a communications and study skills workshop. (Photo by Kevin Hudson)