Mission

To develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.

Ilymatogyra arietina fossils, a common marker fossil found in Central Texas
Ilymatogyra arietina, a common Cretaceous bivalve fossil from 97-to 96-MYA found in Central Texas

The CAMN program is committed to providing instruction and volunteer opportunities to adults who wish to learn about and demonstrate the principles of sustainable use, conservation, and maintenance of our natural resources. This program is presented through a collaborative effort of professionals from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, City of Austin Parks and Recreation and Wildland Conservation Division, Austin Nature & Science Center, Sierra Club/Lone Star Chapter, Lower Colorado River Authority, Travis County Parks, and the Texas Agrilife Extension Service, as well as past students of the Master Naturalist Program. CAMN is a chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist program, a statewide organization sponsored jointly by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas Agrilife.

Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship, education and outreach.

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