Master Naturalists are volunteer educators with the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department. Each spring, new volunteers embark on a fun, active training program. They:
After the training, volunteers share their knowledge and enthusiasm for natural areas with audiences of all ages. Volunteer assignments include leading field trips for school children, giving presentations to groups, staffing event booths and more.
"I feel fortunate to have been exposed to your wonderful program."
"I wish the training wasn't over!"
"Excellent program! It has far exceeded my expectations."
"I just love giving programs to the school groups - the support of the Natural Areas staff is fantastic, and the feedback from the children makes my day."
An intensive Master Naturalist training session of about 60 hours is offered each spring. Fifty hours of volunteer service are required within two years of training. Interested? Read the full job description. The next training will be in spring 2017. If you would like to be emailed when application materials are ready, please contact Sue Kenney, 970-224-6118, c2tlbm5leUBmY2dvdi5jb20= .
The City of Fort Collins Master Naturalist Program is a member of the Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Stewardship Programs (ANROSP), a national coalition of Master Naturalist-type program administrators. Learn more about ANROSP >>>