Louisiana Master Naturalist Programlast updated: September 2013
The primary purpose of the LMNP is to offer a statewide program that educates Louisiana citizens about their precious flora and fauna, as well as other aspects of their environment and ecosystems.  Once certified, the Louisiana Master Naturalists are required to use their talents to educate others or assist programs that promote and protect Louisiana's natural heritage. 

Registration takes place at the chapter level.  Presently, the only chapter that is registering courses is the Greater New Orleans Chapter.

Greater New Orleans Chapter - Bob Thomas, o 504-865-2107, c 504-909-6568, rathomas48@gmail.com

Contact Louisiana Master Naturalist Program

Contact Louisiana Master Naturalist Program

1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard
RM 307 Yenni Building
Jefferson, Louisiana  70123
Phone: 504-736-6519


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Statewide Program in:
  • Louisiana

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