About Texas Master Naturalist (TMN)
The Texas Master Naturalist program develops local teams of “master volunteers” to provide educational and outreach services aimed at the improved management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities. The Texas Master Naturalist program is a partnership between the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and other local partners. There are a number of Texas Master Naturalist chapters, including the Brazos Valley Area Chapter located in Bryan/College Station.
To develop a corps of well-informed volunteers who provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within our community
Nurturing Nature: Master Naturalists Volunteer their Time to Conserve and Educate by Sheryl Smith-Rodgers
Brazos Valley Chapter Information
TMN 2013 Calendar- Texas Landscapes- In Memory of Chris Close Northcliffe
The calendar is dedicated to the memory of our beloved Chris Northcliffe.
Click on the calendar to access the pdfs of this calendar. Enjoy. Have a wonderful 2013.
BVTMN Seed Packets (available from Turner Seeds in Breckenridge, TX)
This Native Texas Spring Wildflower mix includes Black Sampson, Black-Eye Susan, Clasping Coneflower, Gayfeather, Greenthread, Indian Blanket, Leadplant, Lemon Mint, Mexican Hat, Missouri Primrose, Plains Coreopsis, Prairie Verbena, Showy Evening Primrose, Sleepy Daisy, Standing Cypress, Tahoka Daisy, and White Prickly Poppy.
Planting Instructions: Sow seeds on lightly disturbed soil. Pat seed into soil. Keep moist when sprouting. When growth is finished and plant is dry, mow at least 4 inches high to scatter seeds.
- 4/20 Earth Day
- 4/26-4/27 BioBlitz
Upcoming Chapter Events
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