The Georgia Master Naturalist program provides hands-on environmental education that explores habitats and ecosystems in Georgia and human impacts on those environments. The program is delivered in a series of weekly sessions customized to local habitats such as swamps, ponds, rivers, wetlands, mountains, forests, farms, and urban landscapes. After completing this fun and interactive program, Georgia Master Naturalists are encouraged to share their knowledge with their communities by volunteering in local schools or nature centers. This program can provide staff development credits for teachers and others.
This program is offered through county Extension offices in Georgia. Contact your local office to see about availability in your county.
Contact Your County Office
For general information about this program, visit the website.
Related Programs and Services
UGA Extension offers classes, workshops, certifications, and in-person services for the gardener and naturalist.