Master Naturalists work to collect a firm understanding of natural sciences in the context of Texas ecological systems, deepen strong foundational knowledge through advanced training and experience, then extend that knowledge to the community through volunteer service.
To become a Texas Master Naturalist Pledge, you must complete the 40+ hour state approved Volunteer Training Course which include topics such as:.
- Land Stewardship
- Ecological Regions of Texas
- Weather and Climate
- Texas Water Resources
- Forest Ecology
- Aquatic Ecology
- Rangeland Management
- Urban Ecosystems
- and how teach others to protect these resources…
Click here to view the full Texas Master Naturalist State Curriculum. Your one-time volunteer training course fee includes a bound copy of this curriculum.
Have more questions? Contact Zoe Rascoe, our Chapter Registrar, and she will get back with you shortly.