Welcome to the Cypress Basin Chapter

Thank You Sponsors!

Thank you to our Sponsors!

7th Annual Earth Day Flotilla

What a perfect day! The sun was shining, birds were singing and Bigfoot was hiding from all the paddlers out to search for him.  This was a record year with over a 175 paddlers braving the high water. A big thank you to everyone who made it possible from the Sponsors, the crafters, the volunteers and the paddlers! The funds raised will go toward this year’s flotilla expenses. After those expenses are covered, the remainder will go to maintenance of the paddle trails. Other projects that benefit recreational development for Caddo lake are always under consideration and review.

More photos of the event can be found below by clicking the photo you will be redirected to their prospective albums.

 

 

 


Welcome to the 2019 Master Naturalist Training Class

What is a Master Naturalist?

Someone who’s NOT afraid of digging in the dirt and slogging through the mud while giving back to the community. Volunteers with the interest and desire to give back to their community and willingness to attend the training. Volunteers must complete a training course on the area’s natural features and the impact that people have on nature. The course includes presentations by biologists, geologists, naturalists, and others from local, state, and federal agencies and universities. You must complete a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer service and 8 hours of advanced training during the first 12 months following your completion of the course (to be completed before your course’s graduation anniversary date).

Come join the fun.

 

Here are some pics from the paddlefish release @ the Jefferson boat ramp Thursday August 2, 2018  Thank you Hattie Hackler.

 

 

April 21, 2018 6th Annual Earth Day Flotilla

Thank you to all the supporters and paddlers! You made it a success. Click here to see great photos by Pete and here for great photos by Kristi of the event.

 

 

 

The Mission: To develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide
education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management
of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the
State of Texas.

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