For Inactive and Completed Projects

Projects and Training – Completed and Inactive

Completed Activities
Status Code Activity Code Proposed Date/ Duration Activity Description Contact Training Hours Max Volunteer Hours Max Travel Hours Approved For
c EDU-001 July 2011 Master Class Prep:
Teacher Workshop, preparation, workshop organization (volunteers requested: 4 – 6)
Randy Moore 16 10 Volunteer Hours & Advanced Training
c EDU-002 End of February Elementary School Poster/Essay contest award presentation and tree delivery.
(volunteers requested: 2 to 3)
Mary Jane Conway None 2 2
c EDU-003 3 May 2011 4th Grader Ag/Water Conservation Day Randy Moore 3 Volunteer Hours
c EDU-004 Sept 2011 Agrilife Curriculum Enrichment Program UPDATED INFO HERE Roger Skipper none Actual Time Traveled Volunteer Hours
c EDU-005 May 19-20 2011

Piney Woods Lakes Chapter Training: Nature Trackers

For more information
and to enroll, please
call 936-327-6828.
8 Advanced Training
c EDU-007 2/4/12 Speed Dating with Our Natural HabitatMore Info: Will include short presentations on a variety of subjects related to MN.  Can  receive Volunteer hours for research and doing a presentation and Training hours for attending. Patsi Tindel Max of 3 Time Worked Time Traveled Volunteer Hours or Advanced Training
c EDU-008 July 19-20 2011 Conservation Teachers Workshop More Info Here Randy Moore903-583-5610 Advanced Training
c EDU-009 June 7, 2011 Texas Stream Team Water Quality TrainingMORE INFO HERE Please call 936-327-6828 by June 1 Advanced Training
c EDU-011 July 16 2011 Southeast Texas Master Naturalists
First Annual Regional Meeting MORE INFO HERE
Alex Ybanez281-795-2613 5 Advanced Training
c EDU-015 Aug 4 2011 Documenting Landscape through Digital Photography Jessica Womack 1 Advanced Training
c EDU-016 Sept 1, 2011 Fannin-Grayson Drought Seminar (Renovating ponds and managing wildlife through the drought parts only)MORE INFO HERE Fannin County Natural Resources Conservation Service at 903.583.9513 ext. 3. 0.5 Advanced Training
c EDU-017 Oct 6 Invasive Plants of Texas Rangelands
This is one of a series of Natural Resource Webinars conducted by Texas AgriLife Extension. It will be presented by Dr. Barron Rector at noon on Oct. 6thMORE INFO HERE
Texas AgriLife Extension 1 0 0 Advanced Training
c EDU-018 Dec 1 Online Resources for Plant ID and Management
This is one of a series of Natural Resource Webinars conducted by Texas AgriLife Extension. It will be presented by Dr. Megan Dominguez at noon on Dec. 1st. MORE INFO HERE
Texas AgriLife Extension 1 0 0 Advanced Training
c EDU-019 01/28/12 Volunteers as Teachers
(Make-up for 3 Basic Training hours or 3 Advanced Training hours)Taught at Honey Grove Library
Jessica Womack 3 0 0 More Info:  This is to offer 3 hours of AT to students who have missed no classes or 3 hours of basic training to students who have missed one class.
c EDU-021 Sept 22, 2011 White-tailed Deer Management WorkshopMore Info: The workshop will be held at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge in Sherman. Registration information is at http://www.noble.org/AgEvents Noble Foundation 5.5 0 0 Advanced Training
c EDU-022 Nov 8-10, 2011 Texas Invasive Plant & Pest Conference More Info: The Conference will be held at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin.
Registration information is at http://www.texasinvasives.org. Turn in a copy of the agenda with the session(s) you attended marked for determination of AT hours awarded.
Texas Invasive Plant & Pest Council TBD 0 0 Advanced Training
c EDU-023 Sept 21-23, 2011 Monarch Monitoring Workshop More Info: The Workshop will be held at the Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne. Registration information is at http://www.cibolo.org/calendar. Turn in a copy of the agenda with the session(s) you attended marked for determination of AT hours awarded Cibolo Nature Center TBD 0 0 Advanced Training
c EDU-025 10/25/11
6 – 7 pm
Skulls: Identification & Preservation More Info: Workshop to educate about skull id and preservation techniques. Will meet from 6p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Bertha Voyer Memorial Library in Honey Grove. There is no charge. Jessica Womack 1 – 1.5 Advanced Training
c EDU-026 11/4-5/11 Owl Walk & Owl Presentation More Info: Nov. 4 is an owl walk at appx. 7 p.m. at Bonham State Park with Doris Glaser, a certified raptor handler/rehabilitator. (1.5 AT). Nov. 5 is a presentation at the park at 10 a.m. and again at 2 p.m. (1.5 AT). There is no charge. Linda Brinlee 1.5 – 3 Advanced Training
c EDU-027 11/14/11 The Carbon Cycle and Global ChangeMore Info:
*  For more information and registration visit:
http://ntmn.org/CarbonCycleWkshp/        Cost: Pre-registration
$40.00 after November 4, $50.00
Connie Aplin TBD Actual travel time Advanced Training
c EDU-028 11/09 or 10/11 Texas Watershed Steward training workshopMore Info: For more information and registration visit: http://tws.tamu.edu/
The trainings are free and seating is limited, so participants are encouraged to preregister. The November 9 workshop will be held at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 17360 Coit Road, Dallas. The November 10 workshop will be held at the Trinity River Audubon Center, 6500 South Loop 12, Dallas.
Connie Aplin TBD Actual travel time Advanced Training
i EDU-029 TBA North Sulphur Watershed Field DayMore Info: Program centered on mitigation, reduction & elimination of soil erosion conditions in the North Sulphur River Watershed.  May include a lunch. Doug Franklin 3 – 5 Time Worked Time Traveled Volunteer Hours or Advanced Training
c EDU-030 2/2/13
9am-noon
Fannin Co. Water Resources Conservation Seminar More info: Extension and TPWD specialists will present Protecting water resources, stream processes & restoration, and the state of water in Fannin Co. Cost will be $10.) Jacque Kyle or Harold Latham 3 Time Worked Time Traveled Volunteer Hours or Advanced Training
c EDU-033 5/5/12 Riparian Workshop, CleburneMore Info:  Call Carrie at 682-459-1684 or carrie.mclaughlin58@gmailcom. Registration deadline is April 30.  Workshop from 8:30a.m.-3:30 p.m. Limited to             40 participants. Carrie McLaughlin, Rio Brazos TMN Time Worked Advanced Training
c EDU-035 8/4/12 Lake Fannin Nature Trail TourInvite public to tour the trail and find out about MN.  Booth/tables along trail for visitors to gather info. Jessica Womack Time Worked Volunteer Hours
c EDU-036 6/28/13
6:30-9:30 pm
TPWD TX Mussel and Amphibian Training Workshop in Bonham. . Fee $10. Christine Miller 3 Advanced training
c EDU-039 10/13/12 Forestry/Wildlife Tour – Caddo Grasslands field trip guided by Randy Moore.  more info – We are invited to join a field trip with the Blackland Prairie MN group.  Randy Moore 3 Advanced Training
c EDU-040 11/2012 North Sulphur River Fossil Class and Tour. PK Kirkpatrick 3 Time Worked Advanced Training and/or Volunteer Training
c EDU-041 2/9/2013 2:00-4:00 pm Technology & the Master Naturalist Hands on training at Honey Grove Library in: how to make a PowerPoint presentation, how to access our website,others that provide advanced training, how to set up a Facebook account in order to access the MN Facebook page. Patsi Tindel TBD Advanced Training
c HAB-001 2012 Womack Ranch Prescribed Burn Randy Moore 1.5 4 .75 Advanced Training and/or Volunteer Training
c HAB-002 May 25, 2011 NRCS Habitat Workshop in Nacogdoches, TX Terry Sterkel 4.5 n/a n/a Advanced Training
c HAB-003 14 June 2011 Noble Foundation Pond Workshop Randy Moore 6 n/a n/a Advanced Training
a HAB-004 Aug 18 2011
10am-Noon
Brush Control/Removal in Pasture and Wildlife Corridors(Indian Paintbrush Prairie Farm, Bonham TX) Terry Sterkel 1 0 Advanced Training
c PAI-001 2012 Lake Fannin Nature Trail.  Signage, brochures.
(volunteers requested: 4 to 6) Contact Mahlon McCall to help make and install signs for the Lake Fannin Nature Trail.
Randy MooreMahlon McCall Up to 30 Actual Time Traveled Volunteer Hours
c PAI-002 Done Cleanup of shoreline at Bonham State Park Mahlon McCall 0 20 Actual  Time Traveled Volunteer Hours
c SUR-001 Feb 26 to
March 6 2011
Fannin County Hog Tournament registration and sign-in (volunteers requested: 4 to 6) Roger Skipper 3 hours .75 Volunteer Hours
c SUR-002 May 13-14, 2011 2011 Fannin County Quail Count(Volunteers requested: 10 to 15UPDATED INFO HERE Randy Moore None 3 hours 1 hour Advanced Training
c SUR-012 3/11-12/12 Bonham State Park Bird Count More Info: This is in conjunction with Georgette Gurnsey of Blackland Prairie MN identifying birds that live in or visit the BHP at various times of the year. The goal is to supply a bird list available to Park visitors Linda Brinlee Limited Time Travelled Volunteer Hours
c SUR-018 Fall 2012 Survey visitors to Bonham State Park for TPWD. Linda Brinlee Time Worked Volunteer Hours
Inactive and Withdrawn Activities
i EDU-024 Ongoing East Texas Black Bear Taskforce More Info: Contact Donna Work, chair of the East Texas Black Bear Task Force Education & Outreach Working Group at dwork@tfs.tamu.edu. Opportunities to work at informational booths/activities, give presentations on black bears to groups using a canned Power-Point presentation, assist at teacher education workshops. Texas Forest Service 0 Time Worked Time Traveled Volunteer Hours
i EDU-029 TBA North Sulphur Watershed Field DayMore Info: Program centered on mitigation, reduction & elimination of soil erosion conditions in the North Sulphur River Watershed.  May include a lunch. Doug Franklin 3 – 5 Time Worked Time Traveled Volunteer Hours or Advanced Training
i HAB-007 Fall 2012 Establish native plant beds at Bonham State Park. Linda Brinlee Linda Brinlee Volunteer Hours
w PAI-004 2/21/13 – 7/21/13 Leonard Wetlands Nature Center- Phase 1.Establish a nature center, operate several hours/week for public education. Develop a self-guided wetland nature tour (markers, map/brochure), do guided tours, design exterior/interior signage & displays for building at site.  “Operate” Nature Center Building one day a week beginning in April & ending July 21, 2013. : Rachel Van Citters Time Worked Volunteer Hours

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