Text by Shannon Westveer, TMNCPC Vice President; photo by Paula Dittrick, TMNCPC blogmaster.
The Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter created a YouTube channel several months ago. Now, TMNCPC needs help getting more subscribers.
Viewers have enjoyed several videos by chapter members, including Terri’s Backyard Natives Tour by Terri Hurley, current TMNCPC webmaster and immediate past TMNCPC Vice President.
The chapter also created a video project for the state Texas Master Naturalist annual state conference. That video, From Fallow to Fabulous, promotes the history of Seabourne Creek Nature Park’s various restoration projects. SCNP is in Rosenberg.
TMNCPC wants to use YouTube.com/coastalprairie/ but lacks the subscriber threshold to do so yet. That’s where the chapter needs your help:
–Visit the YouTube channel.
–Watch TMNCPC’s entertainment and education content while you are there, which will boost the statistics on the popularity of the TMNCPC videos.
–Share videos, ask your nature tribe to do the same.
TMNCPC soon plans to add video content highlighting our chapter’s work, educating the public on conservation issues, recruiting people for the New Class, feature our monthly program speakers, and more.
Additionally, TMNCPC members having videos with content that fits the YouTube Coastal Prairie Chapter channel are invited to contact Shannon directly.
Let’s go digital, Coastal Prairie.