Monday, March 25, 2013

Could YOU be a Master Naturalist?

Tierra Grande Chapter Master Naturalists climb
Mt. Livermore as part of their training in the
Davis Mountains Preserve

Now Accepting Applications!!

The Tierra Grande Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist Program is accepting applications for its 2013 new member training program. Training this year will begin with a July evening “Kick Off” session in Alpine followed by four weekends starting in August and ending in October.
Juvenile Shorthorned Lizard examined as part of
Texas Master Naturalist training

Training weekends will be held at Davis Mountains Preserve,
Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, Balmorhea State Park, Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area and Big Bend Ranch State Park.

Master Naturalists in Training consult a topo
map of Big Bend Ranch State Park with park
interpreter, Blaine Hall
The Tierra Grande Chapter is a non-profit volunteer organization serving Brewster, Jeff Davis, Presidio counties and the greater Big Bend Region. Their mission is to develop a corps of well-educated master volunteers to provide 
Class of 2011, Tierra Grande Texas Master Naturalists

education, outreach and service dedicated toward the beneficial management of natural resources within our communities.

Application deadline is May 15, 2013 with class size limited to 14 new
members. For applications and further information contact:

Sandy Lynch
Training Committee
Tierra Grande Chapter, Texas Master Naturalists


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