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Registration for TMN Annual Meeting Now Open

August 3 - September 29

Heads Up BPTMN!

Registration for the 23rd Texas Master Naturalist Program Annual Meeting is opening tomorrow, August 3!

Right now, there is only an in-person attenance option.  However, a virtual attenance option is being considered and will be announced in mid-August.


This year’s meeting will be the weekend of Thursday October 20th through Sunday the 23rd, 2022 in Houston, Texas.

An UPDATED agenda is NOW posted on our website with both a Matrix version, a Full version with session descriptions, and a Short version for easy printing.


Registration will open this week – Wednesday August 3rd! Registration will limited to 500 total registrants each day thus registration will be on a first-come, first-serve. Registrants will be able to attend field sessions (no transportation provided, caravan or carpool-at-will this year) exploring some key nearby natural areas where TMNs work and all technical sessions on site. Full conference registration will include all meals Thursday evening dinner through Sunday breakfast with ample breaks and snacks throughout. Registrants will also receive a registration swag bag. All registrations also include full access to the Virtual Attendee Hub conference website & app, and Annual Meeting contests, app games and session chat. Lodging is a separate cost and not included in the registration prices.

Early Registration – Closes August 31st

  • Early – Full Event Registration – $365.00
  • Early – Two Day (Friday and Saturday only) – $340.00

Standard Registration – Open September 1st – September 29th  

  • Standard – Full Event Registration – $390.00
  • Standard – Two Day (Friday and Saturday only) – $375.00

Virtual Registration

The Texas Master Naturalist Program Office is currently monitoring the current COVID-19 potential impacts on this year’s meeting. With lessons learned from the 2020 and 2021 Annual Meeting, we are putting potential plans into place for some form of a hybrid/virtual experience for guests who may not feel comfortable traveling to an in-person event. This may include virtual streaming of select technical sessions or streaming of just the keynote sessions and awards ceremony. More information about the virtual registration options, virtual registration cost, and sessions included will be shared in mid-August as we continue to monitor the potential need for this format of meeting attendance.

Linda Nixon
BPTMN Communications Director


August 3
September 29
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