The Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs is a national network of natural resource education and service programs which provides leadership, information, and resources to support the establishment and expansion of its member programs.
ANROSP promotes active stewardship by supporting science-based outreach and service programs in the field of natural resources. Our partner programs train conservation volunteers to enhance and expand natural resource conservation and education across the nation, and include programs such as:
- Master Naturalist
- Certified Citizen Naturalist Volunteer
- Master Watershed Steward
- Coverts Programs
- Master Conservationist
- and many more programs nationwide!
Planning is underway for the 2016 conference, which will be hosted by the New Mexico Master Naturalist of Bernalillo County. The date and additional information will be provided as soon as it becomes available.
Our 2015 conference outside Nashville, Tennessee was fun and successful. To view the awards presented and conference activities visit the Conference page.
ANROSP financial aid is intended to further support our programmatic member’s efforts in developing, building and expanding their state-wide programs. The dollars are flexible allowing for a variety of proposals from education and outreach to capacity building to natural resource management; however, proposed projects need to be aligned with their state’s program objectives and goals. Applications for 2015-16 are due August 31, 2015.