Texas Master Naturalist is an organization that seeks to educate members and to prepare them to volunteer in service of our natural resources.
Natural resources can include our land, backyard gardens, forests, waterways, wildlife, air and much more. We do jobs like test the water to be sure we have clean water to use, build bat houses for displaced bats, educate the public about coexisting peacefully with our wild neighbors, lead trail walks, educate the public at fairs and other venues, clear trails and repair and install signage, and much more. We are committed to being good stewards of our Earth and helping others understand how they can protect and preserve the beauty of East Texas, too. We love learning, giving, teaching and having fun while volunteering!
BE A TEXAS MASTER NATURALIST
Give yourself the best gift of all—knowledge!
Learn about our rich East Texas ecosystem from experts in their fields and volunteer with like-minded friends. Whether you are into bugs, birds, bats or botany, you will love these classes! Master Naturalists find fun ways to enjoy the outdoors together while helping to preserve the Earth’s treasures for our children and grandchildren. Join us!
In person classes are held at Tyler Nature Center, 11942 FM 848, Tyler 75707. More than 40 hours of classroom study and field trips led by experts, enrich you and prepare you for volunteerism in support of our natural resources. Class of 2022 begins 25 January 2022 each Tuesday 6:00PM – 9:00PM through April. The class calendar will be sent to you upon enrollment.
Tuition $150: includes materials, instruction, books, and more. Class space is limited, so apply soon. Applications accepted in order received.
Non-profit and Approved in most school districts for CTE Credit.
Sponsored by: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
For more information contact: BEVERLY- email@example.com or click below to apply.