Austin, Colorado, Fayette, Lee and Washington Counties
–Volunteers seeking to provide beneficial management of natural resources through education, outreach and service.
- Cindy Hobbs, President
- Karen Woods, Vice President
- Debbie Copeland and Cheryl Karr, Secretary
- Chris Morrison, Treasurer
We are now enrolling students for the 2017 Training Class; apply online.
Read our September Chapter Newsletter – The GLC Tidings – to see what our members are up to!
Review the Minutes for recent chapter meetings to see how we conduct business.
The chapter began training its first class of 11 students in April 2005 and now has trained over 275 individuals. Our training is held at Windedale, near Round Top, in Fayette County as well as at other venues in our five-county region. Training sessions (a 40-hour course) for new members begin in January and are complete each year by the end of April. Training sessions are usually Monday evenings, 6 – 9 PM each week. Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Training Class which begins January 23, 2017. Learn more and apply online.
Chapter membership meetings are held every odd numbered month on the third Saturday, 9 – 11 a.m. Typically these meetings are followed by a program open to the public.
We invite you to go through our website and look at some of the things we do. If you would be interested in joining us, please contact us for more information and to get application forms.
If you are not familiar with the Texas Master Naturalist program and want to learn more about this statewide program sponsored by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, please visit the state website.