Wildlife Masters looking for volunteers | SummitDaily.com

Wildlife Masters looking for volunteers

The CSU Cooperative Extension is looking for local Wildlife Master volunteers. Wildlife Masters provide two weeks of phone coverage to help the public solve wildlife conflicts by providing information and recommendations based on current research form CSU and other universities. Each volunteer must attend an annual training session, held from 8:30-4:30 p.m. Feb. 23 -24 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall in Golden. Cost is $75 for first-time trainees, and $37 for returning Wildlife Masters. For more information or an application, call the CSU Cooperative Extension office at (970) 668-3595.

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