Meetings are Open to the Public!Central Texas Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist hold bi-monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of even numbered months (February, April, June, August, October, and December) at 6:00 p.m. at the Belton Church of Christ (3003 N Main) located off FM 317 in North Belton. These meetings increase your knowledge of Central Texas natural resources. As a member, these meetings qualify for one hour of advanced training (AT), but for the public, it’s a free hour on insects, invasive species, wildlife management, birds, fossils, zero waste management, archaeology, etc. So, come and see what we are all about!!
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The next meeting of the Central Texas Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists will be on Tuesday evening (May 14, 2013) at 6:00 p.m. at the Belton Church of Christ. This will be a PACE meeting for volunteer hours rather than an AT meeting. All CTMN members and new class members are encouraged to attend.
Our thanks and congratulations go to Ursula Nanna (Master Naturalist Class of 2011) for her 1000 hours of volunteer service. Ursula, who had never fished before, took the Angler Education Certification course in Summer 2011, and the training stuck! She has been the driving force in organizing Angler Education events for young people in schools, scouts, church groups and anyone else who asks. This activity epitomizes what we, as Master Naturalists, must do to ensure that young people have a deep appreciation of our environment – for they soon will be the custodians of it!
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