Thank you for joining us at the 20th Texas Master Naturalist Program Annual Meeting!
This year’s event took place in Rockwall, Texas, ran from Friday, October 18th through Sunday, October 20th. The event was hosted at the Hilton Dallas/Rockwall Lakefront Hotel on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard just east of Dallas. Each year’s Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for Texas Master Naturalist volunteers from around the state to gather, participate in hands-on educational seminars, and receive all of their Advanced Training requirements for the year within one weekend. It’s also an opportunity for program participants and supporters to network, share new ideas/projects, and to learn from different chapters from different regions of the state. This year’s meeting also included day trips and training workshops to many local, state and even national refuges/parks, many of which focused on the diversity of geography, flora, fauna and history this unique area of Texas.
Presentations from the 2019 Annual Meeting
VMS Reporting PDF
Tools to Teach the Identification of Common Trees – please email Mary Pearl for the ZIP file of all class documents.
HANDOUT: Frankie the Free-tailed Bat (Book)
The Black & White of Zebra Mussels – please email Mary Pearl for a PDF or PowerPoint of the presentation.
Monarch Waystations for North Texas – please email Mary Pearl for a PDF or PowerPoint of the presentation.
Managing Stormwater within your Landscaping System – please email Mary Pearl for a PDF or PowerPoint of the presentation.
My Little Chickadee: The Coolest Little Bird Ya Ever Did See – please email Mary Pearl for the ZIP file of all class documents.
Who Scat That? – please email Mary Pearl for a PDF of the presentation.
View all past meetings here.