Monarch Butterflies and Other Pollinators Habitat Community Planning Meeting
At the February retreat, group consensus for our chapter master project was butterfly habitats, specifically Monarch butterflies. Join us on July 29th at 1:30pm for an afternoon of fun and refreshments as we begin planning our next steps! Be sure to bring any and all ideas you have for pollinator patches to help all of our pollinators!!! But don’t forget if you want to attend you need to register! More information is available in the MonarchCommunityFlyer.
Upcoming New Member Training for 2016
Our Training Team is busy preparing for the fall training session. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Texas Master Naturalist with the Brazos Valley Chapter, you can learn more here.
To get even more information about reasons to join the Texas Master Naturalist program, we encourage you to watch the award-winning submission for the 2015 Texas Master Naturalist Annual Meeting Video Contest. The video was submitted by the North Texas Chapter, located in Dallas.
Monarch Habitat Workshop College Station – Follow up materials
Milkweed Sprout Harvesting Method 2014 by Barbara Keller-Willy from Monarch Gateway
Identification of Milkweeds by Jason Singhurst and Ben Hutchins, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and Walter C. Holmes from Baylor University
TMN 2016 Calendar- Texas Wildlife
Click on the calendar to access the pdfs of this calendar. You can purchase a spiral bound copy of this calendar at Office Max Print Center, College Station. Enjoy. Have a wonderful 2016.
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