Get up close and personal with Nebraska's natural resources! Participants in the Nebraska Master Naturalist Program will engage in nearly 60 hours of in-depth training, led by experts in their fields. Learn about Nebraska's ecosystems, plants and animals, conservation biology, and so much more! Explore Nebraska alongside scientists, faculty, and natural resource professionals. Contribute your time and expertise through exciting volunteer opportunities in habitat conservation, environmental education, citizen science, and more. Most importantly, connect with Nebraskans who share your passion for nature.
The Master Naturalist Program is open to any Nebraskan age 19 and up with the desire to explore Nebraska's natural resources. The first step in the process is the application. The registration process is first-come, first-serve, so get your applications in soon!
Schramm Education Center
- May 7th - 8th, May 15th and May 22nd
- Gretna, Nebraska
- Training Type: Core (Hybrid)
UNL’s Cedar Point Biological Station
- July 18th - 24th
- Ogallala, Nebraska
- Training Type: Complete (In person)
- October 1st - 2nd and 8th - 9th
- Wood River, Nebraska
- Training Type: Core (In person)