Category Archives: Advanced Training Blog
The Texas Master Naturalist 18th Annual Meeting will be held October 20th, 21st and 22nd at the Omni Corpus Christi overlooking the western shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Watch for AT opportunities.
In support of the Texas Waters program, 4 webinars are available (each represent 1 hour of Advanced Training). The February webinar is available for viewing at: http://tpwd.texas.gov/education/water-education/texaswatersprogram/texaswatersspecialist April’s webinar details: Title: The Ecological Significance of Natural Flow Regimes Speaker: Johnnie Smith and Kevin Mayes, TPWD Date: April 18th Time: 6:30-7:30 Cost: Free How to Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4883365827052368898 Additional Information: Master Naturalists pursuing a Texas Waters specialization must complete their required 8 hours of approved Advanced training in order to earn their Texas Waters Specialist certification. Then complete at least… Read More →
This workshop will cover the Invaders of Texas citizen scientist program, focusing on training citizen scientists to identify and report invasive plants. It will include data entry and the TX Invaders mobile application. The workshop will also present general information on invasive species, managing the spread of invasives, invasive pests of regulatory concern and the Sentinel Pest Network, and best management practices for control and eradication of selected species. We will demonstrate the “Eradicator Calculator”, which is designed to help organize and record volunteer-based eradication efforts. Please bring… Read More →