Texas Master Naturalist: Our Mission
The mission of the Alamo Area Chapter is to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers who provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within our community for the state of Texas.
The program goals are to:
Improve public understanding of natural resource ecology and management by developing a pool of local knowledge about natural resource ecology that can be used to enhance land management and education efforts within local communities.
- Enhance existing natural resources education and outreach activities by providing natural resources training at the local level, thereby developing a supply of dedicated and informed volunteers
- Develop a Texas Master Naturalist volunteer network that can be self-sufficient.
A Texas Master Naturalist is a well-trained Texas Parks & Wildlife and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension certified volunteer who is passionate about the natural world and is eager to share his or her knowledge and experiences with others. Texas Master Naturalists serve their local community by assisting with activities that involve education about the preservation, restoration, and conservation of natural resources. Learn More.
Nature in Bexar County
AAMN Master Naturalists and local area experts covering a wealth of topics relevant to nature in our SA Natural Areas and on our Greenway Trails. Learn More.