Certification Training Classes

– 2020 Certification Class Announced –

Thank you for your interest in the Guadalupe Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist program, a statewide organization sponsored jointly by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. The mission of the Texas Master Naturalist program 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.

Our next certification training class begins Tuesday, August 11 and continues to Nov. 21, 2020. Classes
will be every other Tuesday evening, 6 PM – 9:00 PM, at Schertz Area Senior Center, 608 Schertz Parkway,
Schertz, TX 78154. Training includes classroom time, Saturday morning field trips and independent
outdoor activities that enrich the learning process. Topics include eco-regions of Texas, water resources,
wildlife and rangeland management, among others. The faculty includes university professors, biologists,
wildlife specialists, geologists and more.

The registration fee of $110.00 covers the cost of the Master Naturalist curriculum book, handouts and materials, t-shirt, name tag, speaker expenses and background check. The deadline for sending your application is Thursday, August 1, 2020. Your registration fee, either a check or money order, must be included with the application form [refundable until the first class.]

Early registration is recommended. In order to provide a quality experience for each student, class size is limited to 25 participants. Application, registration fee and Liability Release may be delivered in person or mailed to:

Guadalupe Master Naturalist Registration

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Bldg.

210 E. Live Oak St., Seguin, TX 78155

For access to the application and information click on the links below:

2020 Certification Class Information Page

 

2020 Certification Class Application

We would love to have you join us to learn about the habitats, geology, climatology, archaeology, birds, mammals, fish, reptiles/amphibians and more of the Guadalupe County area.

   It will spark your curiosity; it will engage your senses.
                 Join us. Become a Naturalist!

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