Current Courses

Courses are continually added in various locations throughout the year. Visit the Training Partners page of the Master Naturalist website to find out when a course may be offered in your area.

Click here for Florida County map. Each link below contains detailed course information.


Freshwater Systems


Coastal Systems


Upland Systems


Environmental Interpretation


Conservation Science

  • St. Lucie (6/14-6/28/19) Registration closed

Wildlife Monitoring

  • Pinellas (6/26-6/28/19) Full. Contact Lead Instructor for wait list
  • Polk (10/7-10/9/19)

Habitat Evaluation


Coastal Shoreline Restoration

  • No new course schedules have been submitted


Donate to FMNP Endowment

We are building a legacy of informed citizens to promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Florida's natural ecosystems. To ensure we continue inspiring conservation education and action for decades to come, we need to raise $2 million to establish an endowment for an FMNP Program Leader in perpetuity.

Ripples spread when a single pebble is dropped. Please click here if you wish to contribute to the FMNP Endowment Fund, or contact Dr. Main at mmain@ufl.edu to discuss options for a major gift.

Thank you for your ongoing actions to help conserve Florida’s environment so future generations may enjoy it!



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UF/IFAS OCI

OCI stands for the Office of Conferences & Institutes. It is a full service conference planning agency at the University of Florida. OCI was created to support the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) mission to develop knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and to make that knowledge available to people to sustain and enhance the quality of life.

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  • Email:
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    Gainesville, FL 32611