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Class of 2020, 
Click on the picture on the left to go to the page where there are approximately 20 hours of videos that  you can pick and choose to complete your missing classes. 

GWFM Group

NCAMN's Gaston Wildflower Meadow Team met for its first work day of the 2020 season to gather plant stems, leaves and other debris for wildlife habitat in the meadow.

North Central Arkansas Master Naturalists 

NCAMN volunteers:
  • build and clear hiking trails, 
  • monitor and document stream water quality,
  • cultivate native plant and herb gardens,
  • host children and family nature education programs, and
  • enjoy recreational hikes, floats, camp outs and picnics.

NCAMN works with city, state and national parks and wildlife, water quality and forest agencies, as well as with private organizations, that are dedicated to preservation and promotion of Arkansas' natural resources.

Founded in 2009, the chapter draws volunteers from and works on projects located in Baxter, Boone, Fulton, Izard, Marion, Searcy and Stone Counties. 

For questions and more information, please send a message to this e-mail address—

For information about how to join, go to this web page—Join NCAMN.

In this section check out NCAMN's calendar to see upcoming events, record volunteer hours, or view website training videos—>


Additional Volunteer Activities:
  Bull Shoals/White River State Park 
  Fred Berry Conservation Education Center on Crooked Creek
  David’s Trail

Additional Volunteer Activities of NCAMN

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