Through the Texas Master Naturalist volunteer program, you can help children and adults in your community learn about Texas natural resources. No prior experience is needed to become a Texas Master Naturalist. You will receive in-depth training in the wildlife and natural resources of Brazoria County taught by recognized experts in the field and customized to focus on the native ecosystems of our area. You will also have the opportunity for advanced training in special subjects that interest you.
Those interested in joining the 2017 Brazoria County chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist intern class can register from now to January 5, 2017 The class size is limited to 20 and this is the only intern class for 2017. Classes begin January 18, 2017 and end May 3, 2017. For more information see http://www.tmn-cot.org and click training or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be obtained at the AgriLife office, 20117 CR 171 Angleton, TX.
The Texas Master Naturalist program is a partnership between Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.