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Due to an unexpectedly large response, Lindheimer Chapter must close its application process early for the 2019 – 2020 Master Naturalist Class. We apologize for the inconvenience. We encourage you to attend our chapter meetings over the next year and apply for the class next August. Thank you.

The application period is now closed.  You will be notified by September 15, 2019

For questions about your application, email 

Orientation will be Oct 24, 6:00 to 9:00pm at Comal County AgriLife Center.  First class will be Nov 5, 6:00 to 9:00 at the Comal County Agrilife Center.


Become a Certified Texas Master Naturalist™!  Committed, dedicated and educated Master Naturalists are needed to preserve the natural world for the future!  If not you, who?  If not now, when? 

You are welcome to attend Chapter Meetings to get to know us.  We look forward to meeting you! 

Check out our current class Red-Tailed Hawks

Please contact for any questions.

Rock Stars Class on birding field trip by Amber Lujan

Lindheimer Chapter trains a group of thirty Master Naturalists annually.  Beginning with an orientation meeting in October, the group attends classes monthly for twelve months, goes on field trips, completes a class project, and selects from more than seventy projects and opportunities to volunteer in their preferred areas of interest:  birding, wildlife, geology, native plant habitats, aquatic life, butterflies, bats, among many others; many educational and fun events for adults and youth; festivals and celebrations to provide outreach.   There’s also  “dirt work”: trail building, wildlife and bird habitat maintenance and invasive species management and eradication – hundreds of opportunities for you to make a difference in preserving our Hill Country.

Classes are based on the Texas Master Naturalist curriculum, accompanied by dynamic expert speakers, and the curriculum is hands-on during interesting & informative field trips!








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