Master Naturalists are extraordinary people. They are educators, stewards, and citizen scientists who share their time, passion, knowledge and skills with environmental organizations across the state.
When you join our community, you’ll discover ways to connect with other Master Naturalists, instructors, and stakeholders by collaborating on volunteer projects and organizing advanced training opportunities. Many participants make personal connections during the trainings that lead to long-lasting friendships. Connect with us today!
A in-person Fall 2022 event is being planned! Join us in Waukesha October 6–8. Find more information on our Summit webpage and on Facebook. In 2018, the Master Naturalist program partnered with Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Network on a 3-day Wisconsin Summit for Natural Resources Volunteers. It was a successful event with 200 people in attendance, 18 workshops, 50 presentations, a volunteer fair and volunteer recognition dinner.
Master Naturalist Portal
Master Naturalists receive personal access to the Master Naturalist Portal, which allows volunteers to track their hours, access additional learning resources, and view upcoming volunteer opportunities.
Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs
The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program benefits through collaboration with other master naturalist programs as a member of the Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs (ANROSP), a national network of natural resource education and service programs that provides leadership, information, and resources to support the establishment and expansion of its member programs.