CAMN Guidelines for Education and Outreach Programs
The Capital Area Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists is pleased to offer education and outreach programs to groups in the Central Texas area, as well as volunteer support for activities planned by other organizations.
Our programs emphasize the natural habitat and wildlife of Central Texas. The following are examples of the kinds of programs and presentations we offer:
- Presentations to community organizations such as civic groups, youth groups, and HOAs
- Displays and table activities at school fairs or community events
- Classroom presentations, typically 30 to 45 minutes long
- Guided informal hikes
Submit your requests for volunteers for all your education events to the Education and Outreach Committee. Please include as much information as possible.
Because we typically notify our members in a monthly newsletter, we request at least 60 days prior notice so we may coordinate with you and alert our membership. In exceptional circumstances, we may be able to accommodate you with less notice. Contact us for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are a volunteer organization, and we cannot guarantee the availability of our members for your event.
CAMN primarily serves communities in and around Travis County. We sometimes conduct programs in other areas of Central Texas, depending on the availability of our members.
If we are unable to accept your request, we may refer you to another Master Naturalist Chapter or another organization in your area.