Many communities and organizations rely on volunteers for implementing youth education programs; for operating parks, nature centers, and natural areas; and for providing leadership in local natural resource conservation efforts. In fact, a short supply of dedicated and well-informed volunteers is often cited as a limiting factor for community-based conservation efforts. In Comal County, Lindheimer Chapter members help fill that gap. As Certified Texas Master Naturalists, we assist many organizations with their needs, as well as train new Master Naturalists to continue the mission.
The public is invited to attend our monthly meetings, and see what we’re all about. We have engaging speakers, friendly members and great snacks!
The Lindheimer Chapter will be participating in “The Big Give” on March 26, 2020.
In 2018, Lindheimer Chapter Master Naturalists…
• Contributed 19,945 volunteer hours – equivalent to 9.5 full time employees!
• Provided outreach, education and service to 23,349 people (12,157 adults and 11,192 youth)!
• Obtained 2,635 hours of advanced training to provide up-to-date information and education to the community.
We need your help to continue and expand! Lindheimer Chapter Texas Master Naturalist™ is a 501(c)3 organization.
Your donation to our general fund is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Lindheimer Chapter at Earth Day 2019 by Brian Trock
Since 2000, Lindheimer Chapter Master Naturalists have contributed
more than 165,000 volunteer hours to Comal County and the Hill Country!
To pay by cash, check or money order, please send your payment to:
Lindheimer Chapter, Texas Master Naturalist
c/o Comal County Extension Agent
325 Resource Drive
New Braunfels, Texas 78132
We appreciate your gift to us and will use it wisely.
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Lindheimer Chapter Texas Master Naturalist™ as your charity of choice.
WHERE WE VOLUNTEER:
Albert & Bessie Kronkosky State Natural Area -TPWD • Audubon Society • Balcones Canyon Lands Wildlife Refuge • Bamberger Ranch • Bat Conservation International • Bio West • Mammen Family Public Library • Cactus Moth Detection and Monitoring Network • Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center • Canyon Lake Gorge Preservation Society • Canyon Lake – Guadalupe River South Trail • Cibolo Nature Center • CoCoRaHS – Colorado State University • Comal County Conservation Alliance • Comal Trails Alliance • Community Resource & Recreation Center (CRRC) • Cornell Lab of Ornithology • US Army Corps of Engineers • Flying Wild • Government Canyon State Park • Guadalupe – Blanco River Authority • Headwater Coalition at University of Incarnate Word • Headwaters of the Comal • Heritage Museum of Texas • iNaturalist• International Dark Sky Assoc. • John Knox Ranch • Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center • Mesquite Creek • Monarch Larva Monitoring Project University of Minnesota • Native Plant Society Of Texas • Native Landscape Certification Program • New Braunfels Public Library • New Braunfels Parks and Recreation • New Life Children’s Center Butterfly Garden • Old Tunnel State Park • Purple Martin Conservation Association • San Antonio Botanical Gardens • Texas Invasives Organization • Texas Parks & Wildlife • Texas Parks & Wildlife/Guadalupe River State Park • Texas State University/The Meadows Center • Trout Unlimited • Guadalupe River Chapter • Tye Preston Memorial Library • US Fish & Wildlife Service • Warbler Woods Bird Sanctuary • Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation • Water Oriented River District.