Are you interested in becoming a Master Naturalist? You’re in luck!
Registration for our Chapter’s New Member Training Class for 2023 is now OPEN!
What Do You Learn?
The course covers a number of topics about the natural world as outlined by the Texas Master Naturalist state office. We will cover such subjects as…
- The Ecoregions of Texas
- Weather & Climate
- Water Resources
- and more!
When & Where Are the Classes?
New member training classes will begin 29 August and run through 18 November 2022!
Classes will be on Tuesday evenings at 6-9pm at the Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections (BRTC), plus 6 Saturday field trips:
- 9 September (Introduction to Citizen Science, iNaturalist, Terrestrial Habitats)
- 30 September (Fish and Aquatic Systems)
- 21 October (Nautical Archaeology)
- 28 October (Terrestrial Plant Ecology and Identification)
- 11 November (Habitat Reclamation)
- 18 November (Urban Landscapes)
How Do You Register?
Download the application form below and submit it to the New Member Training Committee.
Applications must be received by 18 August 2023
Tuition is $165 per person ($295 for couples sharing a textbook) and can be paid through our online store:
The tuition for an individual covers one Texas Master Naturalists textbook, thumb drive with information, maps, and handouts; one TMN BV name tag, and speaker fees.
For questions about registration, please email the Membership Chair, Betty Vermeire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the class, please email the New Member Training Chair, Kim Roese at email@example.com.
Page last updated 7/23/2023