Volunteer service is the reason for our existence.

Volunteer service provides education and outreach dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas in our communities.

Our chapter has more than 80 approved projects covering a range of opportunities and interests. Many chapter members have received awards from their communities for outstanding Master Naturalist service.

Every project has a story. Project Spotlights

Ready to lead a new project? Review the Volunteer Service Requirements, then submit your proposal to the Director of Volunteer Projects for approval.

There’s a project for everyone!

  • Bat and butterfly research
  • Wildlife censuses
  • Habitat restoration
  • Interpretive programs
  • Invasive species tracking
  • Land management assistance
  • Natural area improvement
  • Nature festivals
  • Water quality monitoring
  • Youth and adult education

Members must report volunteer service hours online each month to receive credit toward certification. VMS

Our Master Naturalist volunteers are active in Cibolo Nature Center and Farm, Eckert James River Bat Cave, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Fredericksburg Nature Center, Kerrville Kroc Center, Kerrville-Schreiner City Park, Love Creek Preserve, Mason Mountain WMA, Old Tunnel State Park, Riverside Nature Center, plus other interesting locations.

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