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14B Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporte~ Naturalist course available Do you enjoy hiking the many trails in the Northern Sierra Nevada? Would you like to learn more about plants and animals that you see when hiking? Would you like to learn about the amazing and unique ecology of California? If so, the University of California Cooperative Extension invites you to ,consider becoming a certified California naturalist. UCCE is hosting a California naturalist certification course this spring, beginning the weekend of April 17 and running the following six Saturdays, ending the weekend of May 16- 17. California naturalist certification course participants complete hands-on activities with expert instructors and fellow learners -- studying natural history, environmental interpretation and conservation stewardship. The certification course will cover the natural and cultural history of California, with an in-depth look at the local ecology in the upper Feather River watershed. The California naturalist certification course will be offered at the UC Forestry Camp in Meadow Valley. The cost for the course is $250. Partial scholarships are available for students and those with special needs. For more information and to register, go to Those interested may also call 283-6270. Landscapes by John Sheehan highlight the color and texture of each scene. Photo submitted SHOW, from page 13B 505. These serene pastoral scenes are blood-pressure lowering,.transporting the viewer into a bucolic trance. Although he has mastered the medium of photography, Stanford considers himself "a painter who cannot paint" but his landscape photos show the influence of the Impressionist masters. His education has been eclectic -- with degrees from UC Berkeley in psychology and French literature, he Spent a year at the Sorbonne, speaks both French and Spanish and writes poetry. He currently divides his: time between Oakland and Plumas County, from which he i derives most of his inspiration. The opening for this show i will be held Friday, March 6, r from 5 to 7 p.m. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. 1 lb. Pkg ii 4P Avocado lOIb, bag Russet Bmclm 1 ib, pkg: . Mini ill ...... Italian or .... Yellow :i!~ ~ 3 IL Bag Yellow Onions i ea, i| Sale prices effective March 6 & 7, 2015, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Umlted supply. No ralnchecksplease. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5am-10pm 50 GRAND AVE., SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 Scratch Baked Goods Fine Wines & Spirits All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps & WlC Mammals are als0 :partof the Life History Museum at High School. Photos by Ann Powers Portola High School ' science teacher Dave Valle says he enjoysI teaching his students about wildlife stewardship, !.. Charlie Baumbach and Rachel wehrman prou~ily display birds they preserved via taxidermy in Dave Valle's tnuseum science class at Portola High School. MUSEUM, from page 1B interested community members and officials. For more information, ," genetics, microbiology and contact Valle at 832-4284, ext. i health-related areas." 117, or dvalle@ The Learning Landscapes area is open to the public. For more information Valle also makes sure his about the Learning students' other science Landscapes program go to projects are accessible to ,,