Become a Bellevue Master Naturalist!
Have a passion for environmental stewardship and conservation? Any City of Bellevue resident over the age of 18 can apply now until November 30 for the 2019 training program.
This is a 11-week training program on wildlife, wetland and upland ecology, natural resource management, habitat restoration, cultural history, plant identification,
environmental interpretation, and much more!
Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center
1625 118th Ave. SE
Tuesday & Thursday evenings
January 24 to April 11, 2019
To apply or learn more: http://parks.bellevuewa.gov/master-naturalist
FREE with a 100 hour volunteer commitment
In exchange for this free environmental training, naturalists will be expected to volunteer approximately 5 hours per month up to 100 hours of service in the care of Bellevue’s natural resources. The 100 hours are not to be extended beyond a 2-year period. Residents of other cities will be considered if space allows.
For more information or to be added to our email list, contact a Park Ranger: