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Posted: July 8, 2018 at 1 a.m.

photo submitted The Northwest Master Naturalists recognized several members for outstanding service during 2017 at the June membership meeting in Fayetteville. Christie Waggoner (left) was named the Master Naturalist of the Year for 2017. Steve Sanders presented the award to Waggoner, citing her tireless efforts to expand the outreach and education programs while also contributing an exemplary number of hours as a chapter board member and working at maintaining natural areas for state and local agencies. Sampers also credited her with having a significant impact on the group's rapid growth as training class enrollments have nearly tripled over the past three years.
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photo submitted The Northwest Master Naturalists recognized several members for outstanding service during 2017 at the June membership meeting in Fayetteville. Christie Waggoner (left) was named the Master Naturalist of the Year for 2017. Steve Sanders presented the award to Waggoner, citing her tireless efforts to expand the outreach and education programs while also contributing an exemplary number of hours as a chapter board member and working at maintaining natural areas for state and local agencies. Sampers also credited her with having a significant impact on the group's rapid growth as training class enrollments have nearly tripled over the past three years.

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