The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm has a new name — same great mission.


Youth & Young Adults


Join a legacy of youth taking action to make a difference in their community.

Trailblazers is a program for young people ages 13-20 interested in environmental conservation. They will explore volunteer opportunities, career paths, public speaking, and be in a supportive community of like-minded individuals at The Cibolo Center for Conservation. This semester’s participants will also take part in a Citizen Science project. This is a hands-on program, so students can expect to be outdoors and be active!

Fall 2023 Schedule 

Saturday, Sept. 23rd | 10a – 12p

Saturday, Sept. 30th | 6p – 7:30p

Saturday, Oct. 21st | 10a – 12p

Saturday, Nov. 4th | 7:30a – 10a

Saturday, Nov. 18th | 10a – 12p

Saturday, Dec. 2nd | 10a – 12p

Saturday, Dec. 9th | 10a – 12p

At each meeting, Trailblazers will learn about the variety of ways the Cibolo helps in conservation, how they can be a part of that mission, and how they can help outside of the Cibolo, all while engaging in hands-on projects. Participants can receive up to 10 hours of community service this semester.


  • Removal of invasive plants
  • Restoration of land impacted by human traffic
  • Guided nature hikes
  • Volunteering at the Herff Farm and Garden
  • Meeting with professionals in related fields
  • Movie night
  • Citizen science

$25 Trailblazer Membership due on your first day participating in the program.

Scholarships available upon request.

Please fill out the application at the link below.

 Contact or call 830-249-4616 ext: 1013 with any questions!


Trailblazer Application