A few items to follow up on yesterday’s Workshop Update post:
1. Don’t forget that you also must submit an interpretive project for your certification. It is my recollection a couple people might be working on fungi. Here’s a link to the Mycological Society’s Winter Foray blog post. I’m bummed that I cannot go.
2. We have three people who have done 6 workshops. If they can make one of the three in early 2019, they will be ready to present interpretive projects and graduate. They are: Bette Kauffman, Kimberly Paxton, and Charles Paxton.
3. Five people have done five workshops and need two of the next three to present and graduate. They are: Kalem Dartez, David Hoover, Susan Hoover, Suzanne Laird, Frances Rogers.
4. Two people have done four workshops and need all three of the next three to present and graduate in the first round. They are: Jeff Barnhill, Arthur Liles.
So… we could have a first graduating class of 10! Get those dates on your calendars!
And just for the fun of it, here’s Kim Paxton focused on the mission. (Sorry the photo is a little blurry, Kim. I still thought it too good to pass up!)
Finally, I have updated the “Certification Progress” and “1st Cycle” Curriculum documents on the Certification tab of this website.