The chapter's membership area encompasses the Ozark National Forest; the Buffalo National River; Norfork and Bull Shoals Lakes; Norfork and White Rivers; the Ozark Highland Trail; Blanchard Caverns; two state parks, Bull Shoals-White River and Ozark Folk Center; and several Arkansas Natural Heritage Areas.
While NCAMN volunteers work hard on forest trails, along streams and rivers, and in native plant and heritage gardens, they also organize recreational hikes, floats and camp outs for their members in one of the most beautiful areas of Arkansas. Volunteers share their knowledge and love of nature in programs for children and families and other interested individuals. Volunteer work may also be tailored to almost any level of physical capacity.
To learn more about what NCAMN does, you may go to this web page:
North Central AMN
To learn even more about what NCAMN does, you may go to our Facebook page:
NCAMN Facebook Page
To become a Master Naturalist, an applicant first attends a series of classes from mid-January to mid-May, including 40 hours of both classroom and field work. However applicants and Naturalists-in-Training may start volunteering right away, even before completing the course. While there is no deadline, the class is limited to 30 persons.
You may download the application and class schedule here:
2020 Application and Schedule
For questions and more information, please send a message to this address: email@example.com.