VOLUNTEER & MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
After completing the Master Naturalist program, graduates are expected to provide 30 hours of volunteer service in support of the state’s natural resources on an annual basis. Twenty-two of the hours should be service projects. Volunteer service projects may be in education/interpretation, citizen science, ecological service projects, or service to the SCMN program.
Volunteering is at the heart of the Master Naturalist Association's mission. Here, one can find not only opportunities specific to LCMNA members, but also opportunities open to the public.
Please feel free to share these public volunteer opportunities with anyone you think might like to participate. The more the merrier!
If you are an LCMNA member, any opportunities linked here will count toward your mandatory 30 volunteer hours.
The above arrow will take you to a list of volunteer opportunities open to the community. Please be aware that every organization has it's own COVID-19 protocols in place and it is up to you to determine whether it is safe to volunteer during the pandemic