The Texas Master Naturalist Program’s mission is to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the State of Texas. Our chapter proudly serves Denton, Cooke and Wise counties.
The Texas Master Naturalist program is a partnership between the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and other local partners.
If you’d like to learn more about educational opportunities and our chapter, we invite you to subscribe to our monthly email communication.
We offer both adult and youth education.
Contact our speaker’s bureau and our science with attitude programs for more information!
Enjoy Tyler and Carol discuss Monarch Conservation!
Don’t miss Carol Clark at the Flower Mound Library on October 3rd at 7pm
The 23rd Texas Master Naturalist Program Annual Meeting.
Join us at the Omni Houston Thursday, October 20th to Sunday October 23rd, for a long weekend of greenspace adventures in the natural hideaways of our largest urban area in Texas. Register HERE.
|Standard Registration – Ends September 29th|
|Standard – Full Event Registration – $390.00|
Standard – Two Day (Friday and Saturday only) – $375.00
View the conference sessions and agenda HERE.
Visit the Texas Master Naturalist State website for more details.
Every Texan can participate in protecting our feathered friends by simply turning off their lights at night…Taking action now is vital because every spring and fall, between a third and a quarter of all birds migrating at night through the United States travel through Texas.
Visit Lights Out Texas, for more information.
- Full Fall Migration Period: August 15 – November 30
- Critical Fall Peak Migration Period: September 5 – October 29
Our Partners and Affiliates
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Carrollton Parks and Recreation
Denton County Master Gardeners Association
Denton Parks and Recreation
Friends of Furneaux Creek Nature Trail
Friends of LLELA
Keep Trophy Club Wild
Lewisville Parks and Recreation
Native Plant Society of Texas – Trinity Forks
Native Prairies Association of Texas
Texas Conservation Alliance
Texas Nature Conservancy
The Flower Mound Foundation
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