Trans-Pecos Texas Master Naturalist Program

The mission of the Trans-Pecos Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist Program is to develop a group of well-informed volunteers to provide education,outreach and service dedicated toward the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas. Course topics include:

· Land Ethics · Geology · Invertebrate Biology
· Archeology · Desert Ecology · Botany
· Ornithology · Aquatics · Herpetology

Classes will be held each Thursday night from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Texas A&M
AgriLife Extension- Ascarate Annex- 301 Manny Martinez 79905. There are also six
Saturday field trips to area parks for hands-on training. To become a Certified Texas
Master Naturalist, trainees must complete:

· Attendance at all training classes, including field trips (60 hours total)
· 40 hours of volunteer service on approved projects within a year
· 8 hours of advanced training in approved classes within a year
· Pass a state-mandated background check

Class fee is $150. Class size is limited. Registration Deadline is February 1st, 2020

If interested please fill out the  application in the link below and mail to the address listed:

Attn: Eva Rivera

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

301 Manny Martinez Dr. 2nd floor

El Paso, TX 79905

TEXAS MASTER NATURALIST Application

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