Attention nature lovers! Marshy Point Nature Center. located at 7130 Marshy Point Road and sponsored by Baltimore County Department of Recreation & Parks, is seeking volunteers interested in learning about nature who will then teach children about nature. The staff of the center will teach you about the environment around Marshy Point. Training includes where to guide the school children, plant and animal identification and techniques to share more and teach less. We want you to help us nurture the sense of wonder that all children have. Each day features new subjects and new techniques for enjoying the great outdoors. Please note breakfast, snacks and coffee are provided during training. New guides pay a tuition fee of $5 to cover all material and handouts. Training is scheduled for Sept 4, 5, and 6 (Wednesday Thursday and Friday) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The agenda is as follows: Sept 4 – Project Wild, Aquatic; Sept 5 – butterflies at Marshy Point and on Sept 6 – Canoeing the Dundee. Kirk Dreier, director of Marshy Point Nature Center, says, "We encourage anyone interested to register as soon as possible and we look forward to meeting you!" If you'd like to train to be a field/trail guide and want to get more information, please call 410-887-2817.