The Chapter meets quarterly, third Thursday of the month, 7:00 p.m., Sibley Nature Center, 1307 E. Wadley, Midland, Texas, near the corner of Hogan Park. Typically, one hour of advanced instruction by a guest speaker is offered and then a short business meeting. To continue as Texas Master Naturalists, each member must attend 8 hours of advanced instruction and perform 40 hours of volunteer work each year. There are many opportunities for volunteer work.
The 2019-2020 Llano Estacado Master Naturalist training will begin in the fall of 2019. We’ll keep you posted!
Contact Ken Borgen at email@example.com for information about future classes.
Class participants take 40 hours of instruction and 8 hours of advanced training about the flora, fauna, geology, and archaeology of the Llano Estacado. In exchange, they will be asked to perform 40 hours of volunteer public service for state parks, non-profit conservation groups (such as the Sibley Nature Center or I-20 Wildlife Preserve), and local schools. The cost for training (TBA) includes printed materials and basic instruction. Most instruction is volunteered. This is an outstanding way to learn about your local natural environment and greatly enrich your life and the lives of others!