Master Class Series — 2019

You can make a difference. This unique series will focus on: 1) the systemic impacts of climate change in our communities and on our environment. 2) Marin's ecology and land management. Our landmark class will educate, inspire and equip you to successfully advocate for a healthier environment for future generations.

A remarkable experience offered only once a year

A thought-provoking series of class sessions, field trips and advocacy training that will change your view of the natural world and your place in it. Nine compelling meetings with world class speakers, carefully planned to expand your horizons. Class space is limited, but the effect the program will have on you is endless. Sign up now

Please email MasterClass@MarinEFM.org for information or with questions. 

Tuition

Tuition for the complete 9 class series is $700.  Tuition includes free admission to many of our EFM Community Events and EFM membership dues for 2020. A limited number of scholarships are available. Please visit our Scholarship page for details. Join Master Class 46 now

Master Class Students Will Gain:

  • A comprehensive understanding of the root causes, and the global and cultural impacts of climate change
  • Opportunities to interact with scientists, elected policy makers, environmental advocates, and land use and open space planners
  • Advocacy training and coaching to speak capably at a public forum

  • Knowledge and confidence to take meaningful action in defense of the environment with a cadre of supportive partner organizations

  • The opportunity to design a mentored project of deep interest to you and your community

2019 —2020 Schedule

The class schedule consists of 9 classes from September through December; students work on their selected projects through the following months and graduate in April.

Can't attend our Master Class series?  Join us on a field trip

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