Become A Force of Nature Have you ever wondered: What floats below the water line in Lake Livingston? What’s in your backyard that you can’t see? Why grass grows but your plants don’t? Our members come from Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, and Tyler Counties and are all ecology and conservation-minded. We train and volunteer for community projects to gain an education, manage, and enhance the area’s natural resources.If you have what it takes, like playing in the mud, hanging out with other naturalists, and a willingness to keep learning and share what you learn, come be a Master Naturalist. Fishing Poles for LLSPBron and Chris Clear - masters of Blue Bird Nesting BoxesWorking in the Gazebo Nature Preserve - 2022Master Naturalists, Master Gardeners, Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept, and Trinity River Authority planting Water Willows as part of Friends of Lake LivingstonArbor Gen Treefarm Trip with AgriLifeKids in Lake Livingston State ParkTexas Fisheries Field TripGazebo Nature Preserve at Lake Livingston Dam2021 ArborDay Foundation-Polk County Community Tree RecoveryClass22-Birding Platform ConstructionAg in the Class 2023AgriLife Field TripAdvanced Training on Monarchs and MilkweedDiana Foss-Urban Ecology-class22Class 23 at Lake Livingston ParkEastern Bluebird nestingMatthew March Named Texas A&M AgriLife Advisor of 2021Advanced Ed classes always draw crowds Upcoming Events Jun 13 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Event Series #TMN Tuesdays Jun 14 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Event Series Chapter Meeting Jun 27 8:00 am – 10:30 am Event Series Lake Livingston Nature Preserve Workdays Jul 6 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Event Series PWLCTMN Board Meeting Jul 11 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Event Series #TMN Tuesdays View Calendar Interested? Learn more about becoming a Texas Master Naturalist. If you are ready to sign up now, download your application now, MEMBERSHIP/TRAINING APPLICATION, and send the completed form to Training Director Tina Crichfield email.