Loess Hills Chapter Missouri Master Naturalists    
“...the most fun lies in seeing and studying the unknown.” 
― Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac
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The Missouri Master Naturalist™ program is a community-based natural resource education and volunteer service program for adults, sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the University of Missouri Extension.
The Loess Hills Chapter was established  in the spring of 2011, and named after the unusual geological formations of loess soil in the region. The word “loess” comes from a German word meaning “loose” and describes the way the soil is blown to its resting place. The jagged edges of the soil particles allow it to “lock” together and form some very impressively steep hills.
  1. Fawn Count
  2. Prairie Identification
  3. Prairie Tour
  4. Public Education
  5. Advanced Training
  6. Ranger led classes
  7. Bird Banding
  8. Stream Team
  9. Cord grass planting
  10. Volunteer at Park Events
  11. Seed Collection
  12. Support Monarch Migration
Missouri Master Naturalist volunteers support conservation efforts and natural resource education in their local communities.
Our mission is to engage Missourians in the stewardship of our state's natural resources through science-based education and volunteer community service.