CAMN volunteers continue to make a difference in the stewardship of natural resources across our area. We are proud of all the great projects that are happening and want to share them with you. Take the time to share our pride in your hard work, the learning that occurs and the sharing of your knowledge with others. The evidence of this great effort can be seen in our Hill Country surroundings, our streams and rivers, our thickets and woods, prairies and parks, and finally our schools.
Next CAMN Meeting—September 24, 2014
Place: Austin Nature and Science Center
Time: 6:30 pm
Speaker and topic: LaJuan Tucker, City of Austin Park Ranger, on Habitat Stewards
CAMN 2015 class registration open
Are you ready to make the commitment to become a Texas Master Naturalist? Master naturalist certification requires more than 60 hours classroom and hands-on training, as well as the 40+8 hours of volunteering and advanced training each member must complete annually. If you’re ready to become a master naturalist, register now.