Michelle Alvarez, EIT, ENV SP, a water/wastewater designer, spoke to a Corpus Christi, Texas, publication about her involvement with the Texas Master Naturalist Program.
“I do what I do as a Master Naturalist to inspire others to connect with our natural spaces and see the important role each of us plays within our local ecosystem,” she says in an article, “Becoming Texas Master Naturalists,” in The Bend magazine.
The program, established in 1997 and sponsored by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, has 48 chapters throughout the state. Michelle is the membership director of the South Texas Chapter. Certified Master Naturalists volunteer their time and expertise on local natural resources to educate and serve organizations and their communities.
Read the article here.