Story County Conservation Naturalist Heather Hucka was selected as the 2017 National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Master Frontline Interpreter. One of NAI’s most prestigious awards, it is presented for demonstrating a mastery of interpretive techniques, program development, and design of creative projects. Heather will receive this award at the NAI National Workshop in Spokane, Washington in November.
Story County Conservation is hosting an open house for Heather on Monday, November 20, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Conservation Center at McFarland Park. Words of appreciation will begin at 5:30 p.m. Please stop by and congratulate her for being the best naturalist in the nation!
Story County Conservation manages more than 3,000 acres of parks and natural areas, including lakes, campgrounds, and trails, and an additional 5,500 acres of roadside habitat through our Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management program. The environmental education staff serves Story County schools and the public with interpretive and informational programs for all ages. Story County Conservation’s volunteer program provides volunteer opportunities to individuals and groups interested in making a difference in local natural resources. No individual will be excluded from events conducted by Story County Conservation because of a disability or impairment. To request accommodations to participate, contact Story County Conservation.
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