Who can be a Missouri Master Naturalist volunteer?
Any adult who supports conservation efforts, who is motivated to learn about the natural resources in their community, and who wishes to share that knowledge with others is welcome to volunteer.
Find a chapter near you.
Volunteers that provide at least 40 hours of qualified community service with chapter partners can earn a service pin that is specifically designed for the Master Naturalist Program each year. Be sure to track volunteer and community hours that have been conducted during the calendar year and provide those to the appropriate contact within your chapter.
2012 certification pin: The Regal Fritillary (PDF)
The regal fritillary butterfly is the image
on the 2012 service pin.
The volunteer service pin for 2011
depicts the short leaf pine.