The Texas Master Naturalist program develops local volunteers who provide educational and outreach services aimed at the better management of natural resources and enhancement of natural areas within their communities. Individual volunteers bring a wealth of talents, skills, visions, and experiences to share with others. From caring for orphaned wildlife babies to conducting hands-on field trips for area school children, people who become involved within the Texas Master Naturalist program bring with them a love of learning, a concern for our natural world, and a sincere commitment to leaving the trail a little better than how we found it.
View our Chapter Brochure here.
At the local level, the Rolling Plains Chapter partners with River Bend Nature Center and Wild Bird Rescue, Inc. in Wichita Falls; Lake Arrowhead State Park in Clay County; Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus/3Rivers Foundation near Crowell in Foard County, Copper Breaks State Park in Hardeman County, Graham Public Library and Prairie Garden in Graham, and Whiteside Museum of Natural History in Seymour. Our Chapter covers Archer, Baylor, Clay, Foard, Hardeman, Jack, Montague, Wichita, Wilbarger, and Young Counties.
The Rolling Plains Chapter meets at 7 PM on the first Tuesday of each month and is currently holding hybrid meeting, both in person and by Zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to the next Zoom meeting. In person meetings are held at Midwestern State University’s Bolin Science Hall, room 209 (please use the doors on the south side of the building – handicap accessible). Guests are welcome.