Nebraska Master Naturalist Program
The Nebraska Master Naturalist Program is a volunteer program designed to train participants to conduct scientific research, conservation education, outreach, and service in their communities. Volunteers learn about Nebraska’s ecosystems and biodiversity, acquire new skills, and network with others who share a passion for the conservation of natural resources.
Beginning with 40 hours of primary training, participants get instruction both formally and in the field. Participants will learn from and work alongside professionals, land managers, and faculty to complete an in-depth training in the natural resources. This primary training is followed with 20 hours of specialized training in a preferred subject area, including citizen science, resource management, interpretation, and outdoor skills training.
|How to Join||
To learn more about the Nebraska Master Naturalist Program, visit the following website: http://snr.unl.edu/naturalist/contact.htm.
You can also contact Annabel Lee Major, program coordinator, with the following information:
Annabel Lee Major
Cell: 402.326-8628 (402-32-NU-NATuralist)
|Ideal Age Group||Adults|
|Spend the Time||outdoors|
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