About

Who We Are  The Arlington Regional Master Naturalist (ARMN) chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalist Program is an all-volunteer organization of trained and certified members who serve as officers and administer the program at the local level.

Our Mission is to provide environmental education, research, citizen science, outreach, and stewardship of Virginia natural resources and public lands, using ARMN trained and certified volunteers.

Who is Eligible  Individuals who:

  • Have a commitment to volunteer service
  • Are enthusiastic and willing to learn
  • Want to improve our natural resources

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ARMN accepts volunteers from any jurisdiction, even those with their own chapters; however the annually required 40 volunteer hours must be completed in Virginia.

Virginia Master Naturalist Programs are open to all, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital or family status.

How do I become a Certified Master Naturalist with ARMN?

Our Sponsors
The Virginia Master Naturalist Program is jointly sponsored by five state agencies:

ARMN 2012 Annual Report
ARMN 2011 Annual Report