Category Archives: Training Class

2018 – Chapter Welcomes Our New Training Class

On Thursday, February 15th, our chapter welcomes its new training class members.  Our new class is made up of 22 community members from all points of Galveston and Harris counties.  During these eleven weeks of adventure, our new class will be treated to adventures and days of discovery learning more about prairies, sea turtles, watershed management and so much more.  They will be exploring by kayak and on foot the wonders of Galveston Island State Park as well as helping to restore prairies and trawling with Texas A&M… Read More →

2015 Training Class for New Master Naturalists begins 2/12

Our new training class members will begin their Master Naturalist journey on Thursday, February 12 and meet weekly until April 30th.  The complete schedule for the sessions, including content and venues, may be viewed by clicking on the link here: 2015 GBAC Class Schedule We’re looking forward to a great series of lectures and field trips!

– 2015 Training Class for New Master Naturalists

  Our next training class will begin on February 12th and will continue for 11 Thursdays. The classes, conducted by recognized experts in their fields, are held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a variety of area locations. Classes consist of morning lecture and afternoon sessions in the field and focus on the birds, plants, fish, oysters, marshes, beaches and prairies of the Galveston Bay area. Participants bird at Audubon’s Bolivar Peninsula preserves, explore the beautiful Armand Bayou prairie and seine in the Gulf of Mexico. Check out our tentative… Read More →