Learn and Serve in Nature
The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program is a network of well-informed volunteers dedicated to conservation education and service within Wisconsin communities. Master Naturalists learn from experts out in the field and inside the classroom and gain knowledge and resources to address environmental challenges facing the state. Training opportunities are located at host organizations across the state, such as state parks, college campuses, environmental education centers and museums. Master Naturalists perform volunteer service through stewardship, education and citizen science projects that are directed by host and partner organizations.
Visit wimasternaturalist.org to learn more.
Phone (Office): (608) 262-0020
Outreach Support Specialist
Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program