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Our Mission

Explore. Contribute. Connect.

The Nebraska Master Naturalist Program is a public and private partnership supported by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Nebraska Environmental Trust, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Nebraska Master Naturalist Foundation. Our program recruits, trains, manages, and provides resources for our Naturalist members participating in interpretation and outreach, resource management, citizen science, and outdoor skills and recreation in Nebraska.

Photo by Adrian Olivera

Our Impact to Date Since 2010

  • Trained Master Naturalists

    500

  • Volunteer Hours

    84,131

  • Projects

    7,000

  • Impact Value

    $2139451

News & Notes

Last week the governor announced a plan to create ad-hoc habitat for the state's biggest breeding colony, which recently saw its 30-year-old site paved over for a major construction project. But time is of the essence.

After helping pass landmark legislation last year, Audubon and its partners focus on prioritizing water and birds at annual advocacy day.

Black-throated Blue Warblers now start spring migration 5.5 days sooner than they did in the 1960s, a new study finds. Is climate change to blame?

 
Photo by Allison Dush
  • Pioneers Park
    Pioneers Park
  • CPBS
    CPBS
  • Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
    Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
  • Wildcat Hills Nature Center
    Wildcat Hills Nature Center
  • Prairie Plains Resource Institue
    Prairie Plains Resource Institue
  • PMRNRD
    PMRNRD
  • Bird Conservancy of The Rockies
    Bird Conservancy of The Rockies
  • UN State Museum
    UN State Museum
  • Hastings Museum
    Hastings Museum
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