Deborah Canterbury was awarded the title Member Emeritus at the December 14 meeting and gifted a beautiful stain glass dragonfly Tiffany style lamp. MEMBER EMERITUS. On June 18th of this year President Tom received a note from a Chapter member asking him to consider the following. In the past there have… Read More →
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Deborah Canterbury – Susan Smith We Will Miss You
We hate to announce that Susan Smith is moving to be closer to family. Still in Texas but too far to commute. Susan has never been one to be in the limelight in the front, but always has had ever members back when it comes
Deborah Canterbury – Congratulations new Board Members!
Congratulations and thanks to our new board members. Laura Ragan, Vice President (21-22) – class of 2014 : Look for her at the Heard taking care of business and volunteers. She is also often seen at the Holifield. Michelle Connally, Secretary (21-22) -class of 2018 : Bright face at Heard… Read More →
Deborah Canterbury – TMN Educators in Action
Two of our tribe are serving in leadership roles with Native Plant Society. Congratulations to them as they take our mission and our local mission of “Education, Restoration, Preservation to other communities of like-minded people. Pictured are: class of 2014 – Lorelei Stierlen (and Sorca), past president of NPSOT and… Read More →
Deborah Canterbury – What ‘Cha Doin’?
Since the first year of the Blackland Prairie Chapter our tribe members have taken on responsibilities with other groups or have served as advisors and teachers. If you have or are serving as a board member for another organization, if you have served on the chapter board – elected or… Read More →
Deborah Canterbury – Ant Talk
PBS has a quick Gross Science edition just about Ant speak.
Deborah Canterbury – Dedication Behind the Curtain
See those two faces in the back of this class photo? The ones with arrows above their heads? Well, they are still in the back row, so to speak, taking care of the tribe by posting and creating.
Our Tribe’s Fortune 15,000 Hours – Karen Mitchell
Karen Mitchell, 2011 – I volunteer at Blackland Prairie Raptor Center and Outdoor Learning Center. I love working with animals and both of these venues meet that goal. I also volunteer as an Ombudsman for the State of Texas.
Our Tribe’s Fortune 500 Hours – Leah Justice
Leah Justice, 2021 –
Most of my volunteer time is spent working in Animal Care at the Heard Museum. I really love taking care of the animals and watching how excited all the visitors are when they interact with animals and nature. The Animal Care team is a great group of people to work with.
Our Tribe’s Fortune 500 Hours – Sue Makuta
Susan Makuta, 2021 –
I volunteer at a variety of places and activities: Blackland Prairie Raptor Center – Rehab; and events; Heard Nature Preserve – Gardens, Butterfly House, trail guide and Special events; Heritage Farmstead Native Garden; PISD Holifield Science Learning Center – Animal Room and Field Trip Guide. Within the chapter, I am on the Training Committee, Hospitality Committee and the Natureabilty Committee.