Rick Travis, Class of 2018 – “Accommodating the growing number of people wanting to undergo training and join the Chapter.”
Vickie Sanders, Class of 2022 – “Clouds. They can be lovely, or provide shade, or promise much needed rain, but on Saturday, October 14, they were NOT what we wanted to see. Eight buses with over 400 Texas Master Naturalists loaded up in McAllen and headed to El Sauz Ranch, very anxious to see what the day held.”
Rick Travis, 2018 – On April 29, our chapter partnered with the Frisco Parks Department to hold a Mothing Event at Grand Park, in support of the iNaturalist City Challenge. It was a real treat and a wonderful experience for all those that attended, which included not only several members of our chapter, but also TMN’s from surrounding chapters, and several families from the Frisco area!
Thursday, December 15, at the Frisco Parks and Rec/ Building Time 2pm-4pm Address: 6726 Walnut Street, Frisco 75034 Rubber gloves/nitrile gloves (The city may provide, but bring you’re own to… Read More →
Linda Nixon, 2018 – Just prior to the start of the TMN 2022 Annual Meeting (Meeting) in Houston Texas, we decided to ask attendees, both those in person and those online, to write about their experiences so we could share them with BPTMN members who did not attend this event. We hope you will enjoy their musings and that what you read will inspire you to participate in a future Annual Meeting.