Master Naturalists are dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and restoration of our natural resources, and promoting ecological education for all. Upon completing a comprehensive training program, Master Naturalist volunteers provide programs and projects that increase appreciation of our natural environment, promote the maintenance of and sustainable use of public open spaces, and protect and preserve native flora and fauna and their habitats.
Enrollment in the 2017 Training Program is now closed. Weekly classes begin August 29th and run through November 14th. To enrich the training, many interesting and instructive field trips are included to help trainees become familiar with local environmental areas such as LLELA, Lake Ray Roberts, Clear Creek Heritage Center and more. Experts in the field have developed the curriculum and educators and specialists from universities, State agencies, nature centers and other organizations provide the training.
For more information please call (940) 349-2883 or visit https://txmn.org/elmfork/join-our-chapter/program-overview/ .