Texas Master Naturalists, Hill Country Chapter currently is accepting applications for the 2019 Training Class.

The deadline to apply is June. 30.

“Our chapter is in its 17th year of commitment to education, outreach and service to the Hill Country environment,” said Catherine Gauldin, a spokeswoman for the local organization. “We have trained 558 Texas Master Naturalist volunteers who have contributed more than 357,000 service hours to their communities. If you would like to submit an application to join our organization, your work will be of immense value to the State of Texas.”

Volunteer hours can be contributed to many different projects, including schools, local government agencies, private landowners, parks, nature centers and more.

“The benefits of becoming a volunteer for the Texas Master Naturalist Program are many, but most of all, we are dedicated to making a difference,” Gauldin said.

For more information on the application process and to read an invitation from the director of the 2019 Training Class, visit txmn.org/hillcountry/ and https://txmn.org/ hillcountry/invitation-from-the-class-director.

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