BPTMN April 2021 Chapter Meeting Online – April 13
Hi Blackland Prairie Master Naturalists!
The BPTMN April 2021 Chapter meeting will be held online this month using the ZOOM Application. Our guest speaker will be Carol Clark, BPTMN member extraordinaire and recognized specialist on local native plants and pollinators. Carol will speak about some of our remaining native wildflowers that were once a common sight in the Tallgrass Prairies that once existed in our region.
Program: Blackland Prairie Chapter April 2021 Monthly Meeting
Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
EDIT – 3/28/21
–Happy Hour 6:45-7:00 (optional social time for member chat)
–Business Meeting 7:00-8:00 (normally lasts 30 minutes)
–Naturalist Talk 8:00-9:00 (begins immediately after business meeting)
The Zoom meeting “waiting room” will open at 6:40 pm. The maximum number of attendees allowed for this meeting is 100, so be sure to join the meeting promptly.
Naturalist Talk Speaker | Topic: Carol Clark | “The Flowers of the Blackland Prairie”
So many of our beautiful and once common native wildflowers have been removed from our local landscapes that relatively few people today can recognize and name more than a handful. This colorful slideshow program will take you on a virtual tour through the seasons of some of our last undisturbed natural areas and introduce some of the amazing plants that once dominated the region. We’ll talk about unusual plant features that make them tough prairie survivors, give you a sense of what the Tallgrass Prairie once looked like.
Carol Clark is a member of the Texas Master Naturalist Blackland Prairie Chapter, a long-time member of the Native Plant Society of Texas, Chair of the Bring Back the Monarchs to Texas committee of NPSOT, and a Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist. When she’s not busy teaching others about pollinators or native plants, she enjoys looking after her own colossal Monarch Waystation and private wildlife refuge in Cooke County. She blogs sporadically about native plants and animals at carolsworld.net. She is a frequent speaker on conservation topics around the state.
Meeting Platform: Zoom Application
Join Meeting Instructions:
- Meeting ID and password will be sent to all BPTMN members via email on Monday, April 12.
- The Zoom meeting “waiting room” will open at 6:50 pm. The maximum number of attendees allowed for this meeting is 100, so be sure to join the meeting promptly.
- If you do not have the ZOOM application on your computer or mobile device, you will need to download it prior to the June meeting. (I recommend doing this at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the meeting!) See ‘Other Information’ below a link to instructions for downloading ZOOM.
Logging AT: The monthly meeting speaker presentation will offer members the opportunity to earn 1-hour of AT. Log as AT: BPTMN Chapter Monthly Meeting Only (1 hour) with presentation description: Blackland Prairie Flowers-Carol Clark.
Get steps to download ZOOM on your computer: