We are a volunteer service organization. Founded in 2010, the Central Texas Chapter has members from Bell and surrounding counties and is one of nearly 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.
The public is encouraged to join us the 2nd Tuesday of each month (6:00-8:00 pm) for a nature-related program, updates on projects and volunteer opportunities, and fellowship with other conservation-minded people. We meet at the Belton Church of Christ at 3003 N. Main in Belton each month, except for Graduation in June and a holiday party in December.
Keep up with chapter news and events through our monthly newsletter, The Tracker!
“The Tracker” won the “Best Chapter Newsletter” award at the 2019 Texas Master Naturalist Annual Meeting! Congratulations to everyone who writes articles, takes photgraphs, edits, and publishes our newsletter!
Would you like to be a Texas Master Naturalist?
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 2020. We suggest you visit our monthly chapter meetings to learn about our
projects and training opportunities, and meet our hard-working volunteers.
Check out the Volunteer Training Course Page for details!