We are a volunteer service organization. The Central Texas Chapter, founded in 2010, has members from Bell and surrounding counties and is one of approximately 50 Texas Master Naturalist™ Chapters. Through education, outreach and service we are dedicated to management and conservation of natural resources and natural areas within our communities.
May Chapter Meeting
Our meetings are open to the public. If you are not currently a CTMN member and would like to find out more about our chapter, then attending a meeting is a great way to do so. Non-members who wish to receive an email invitation to the May 11th webinar on Edible Plants in Your Landscape can click the image above or go to the “Contact Us Forms” tab on the menu bar of this website and select the “Webex Meeting Invitation” icon where you will be asked to submit a form requesting the invitation. Please submit your request by 2:30pm on Monday, May 10th.
This event is open to anyone wishing to learn about the use of the iNaturalist smart phone app to help identify plants and animals in nature. Download the app onto your phone before the event. Visit inaturalist.org for instructions. Informational sessions will be available at Park Headquarters as noted above.
For additional information on the event, contact Master Naturalists Linda Fairlie or Jean Solana:
email@example.com or call/text 512-826-6895
Are you curious about nature?
Do you enjoy being outdoors?
Are you willing to share what you have learned?
Do you want to be part of local conservation efforts?
Our next Volunteer Training Course will start in March 2022; registration for the 2021 course is closed at this time. We invite you to visit our monthly chapter meetings to learn about our projects and training opportunities, and meet our hard-working volunteers. Our meetings are currently virtual; you can request an invitation here.