Master Naturalist 2015 Trainings: Register TODAY!
The Master Naturalist 2015 Trainings are now open. Submit your application today to become a Nebraska Master Naturalist or contact Matt at NATURALIST@unl.edu or 402-937-8601. The registration fee is $150.
2015 Training Dates and LocationsFebruary 4-7th Audubon’s Rowe Sanctuary (Kearney-Grand Island-Hastings Area)
April 16th-18th Wildcat Hills Nature Center (Scottsbluff/Gering Area)
May 7th-9th Cedar Point Biological Station (Lake McConaughy-Ogallala-North Platte Area)
June 7th-10th Nature Conservancy’s Niobrara Valley Preserve (Valentine-Ainsworth-Basset)
October: Lincoln area facility TBA
November: Omaha area facility TBA
Request a Master Naturalist
240 Certfied Master Naturalist volunteers are waiting to hear from you. Request a volunteer here! Master Naturalist volunteers are leaders in their communities, teachers, students, parents, retirees, and conservation professionals. Our partnership of 34 natural resource agencies and organizations trains and rewards adults volunteering in natural resource conservation, environmental education, habitat management, citizen science, and outdoor recreation in Nebraska.
What Is The Master Naturalist Program?
Master Naturalists have reached out to more than 330,000 Nebraskans, contributing 21,000+ of hours of service in interpretation and outreach, outdoor skills and recreation, resource conservation and management, and citizen science research. That is a conservation value of more than $450,000!
EXPLORE Nebraska alongside scientists and natural resource professionals.
CONTRIBUTE your time and expertise through exciting volunteer opportunities.
CONNECT with others who share your passion for the outdoors.