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February 2018

AT: Plant Study Group with Susie Doe- Terminology Class

February 18 @ 1:30 pm
AgriLife Extension Center, 1402 Band Rd Ste 100
Rosenberg, TX, 77471
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PLANT STUDY GROUP -- Plant Identification Terminology Class Susie Doe, Plant Study Group leader, will be presenting her Plant Identification Terminology ‘Lectures’ on 3 alternating Sunday afternoons beginning on February 18th. We will meet at the Ag Annex Conference Room at 1:30 pm. Sessions will run about 3-4 hours with a couple of breaks included. This class is being offered to anyone in the chapter who is interested in learning about identifying plants growing in Ft. Bend and surrounding counties.…

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AT: NPSoT Spring Symposium

February 24 @ 8:45 am - 3:45 pm
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, 4801 La Crosse Avenue
Austin, TX 78739 United States
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Native Plant Society of Texas SPRING SYMPOSIUM at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 4801 La Crosse Avenue, Austin, TX 78739 Saturday,February 24, 2018 8:45 am–3:45pm (Check-in begins at 8 am) Please follow link for times. Photographing the Biodiversity of Texas Matt Buckingham - TXDOT Texas Nature Trackers - Plants to Pollinators, Birds to Mammals Tania Homayoun, Ph. D. Texas Parks & Wildlife - Mushrooms 101 David Lewis Gulf States Mycological Society - Austin Parks Foundation Opportunities for Getting Involved…

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AT: Nature Revealed: Woodpeckers

February 24 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Houston Arboretum, 4501 Woodway Drive
Houston, TX 7, 77024
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How do woodpeckers avoid constant concussions? Why do they bang on your gutters in the spring? And what’s up with their crazy tongues? In this class, we’ll explore the extreme and often bizarre adaptations that allow woodpeckers to exploit a unique lifestyle among birds. We’ll examine real woodpecker specimens, learn to identify our local species, and go on a short walk to look for living woodpeckers and their excavations. Instructor: Kelsey Low Members $20 Non-Members $35 Ages 13 and up

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March 2018

AT: Plant Study Group with Susie Doe- Terminology Class

March 4 @ 1:30 pm
AgriLife Extension Center, 1402 Band Rd Ste 100
Rosenberg, TX, 77471
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Free

PLANT STUDY GROUP -- Plant Identification Terminology Class Susie Doe, Plant Study Group leader, will be presenting her Plant Identification Terminology ‘Lectures’ on 3 alternating Sunday afternoons beginning on February 18th. We will meet at the Ag Annex Conference Room at 1:30 pm. Sessions will run about 3-4 hours with a couple of breaks included. This class is being offered to anyone in the chapter who is interested in learning about identifying plants growing in Ft. Bend and surrounding counties.…

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AT: USFWS-Webinar-20 Years Worth of Sediment in Two Weeks: A Controlled Thin Layer Experiment in NC.

March 8 @ 1:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Jenny Davis (NOAA-NCOSS). Jenny will present to-date results from a recent thin layer sediment deposition experiment in North Carolina demonstrate increases in elevation, Spartina alterniflora biomass, and porewater concentrations of inorganic nutrients and sulfide.

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AT: Native Plant Study Group with Susie Doe-Walk

March 10 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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An event every month that begins at 9:00am on day Second of the month, repeating until June 10, 2018

Save the date. Native Plant walk, usually at Seaborne but can possibly change. Check here for updates. 2 or more hours of AT. In VMS-Classes taught by Chapter members.  

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AT: Native Plant Study Group with Susie Doe-Classroom

March 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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An event every month that begins at 7:00pm on day Second of the month, repeating until June 13, 2018

Plant Family Classes -- Please also consider joining us for our regular monthly Class session on the second Tuesday of each month for ongoing presentations about the various plant families. We meet at 7-8:30 pm in the Ag Center Annex Conference Room. Last year we studied the Rubiaceae (the Madder Family), the non-graminoid families of the monocot commeliniids, the Fabaceae (the Pea Family), the Euphorbiaceae (the Spurge Family) and other families within the Order Malpighiales. This coming Tuesday (13th February)…

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AT: Gardening with Native Plants by Mark Morgenstern

March 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Fulshear Farmers Market at Fulshear Run, 9035 Bois d'Arc Lane
Fulshear, TX 77406 United States
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Come out to Fulshear to hear TMNCPC's own Mark Morgenstern, with Morning Star Prairie Plants, with a talk on gardening with our native plants at the Fulshear Farmers' Market office in Fulshear Run. A number of plants will be available for purchase.

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AT: Plant Study Group with Susie Doe- Terminology Class

March 18 @ 1:30 pm
AgriLife Extension Center, 1402 Band Rd Ste 100
Rosenberg, TX, 77471
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Free

PLANT STUDY GROUP -- Plant Identification Terminology Class Susie Doe, Plant Study Group leader, will be presenting her Plant Identification Terminology ‘Lectures’ on 3 alternating Sunday afternoons beginning on February 18th. We will meet at the Ag Annex Conference Room at 1:30 pm. Sessions will run about 3-4 hours with a couple of breaks included. This class is being offered to anyone in the chapter who is interested in learning about identifying plants growing in Ft. Bend and surrounding counties.…

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AT: Native Landscape Certification Program NPSoT

March 24 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Armand Bayou Nature Center, 8500 Bay Area Blvd
Pasadena, TX, 77507
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Overview The Native Landscape Certification Program (NLCP) is a four level certification program developed by the Native Plant Society of Texas that teaches the value of including and preserving native plants in landscapes. Level 1: Introduction to Native Landscapes Level 2: Design and Development with Native Plants Level 3: Installation and Maintenance of Native Landscapes Level 4: Advocating for Our Native Plant Community (to be developed) Participants must complete Level 1 before attending any other level. Levels 2, 3, and…

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