New Member Class Curriculum

2016 Class Information

New class training will be held mostly on Tuesdays from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm starting on January 12, 2016, mostly at the Milano Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, in Milano. Barbara Cromwell and Dorothy Mayer will be co-directing the class training.  Subjects should be: wildscapes, entomology, native grasses, mammalogy/Texas Nature Trackers, botany, herpetology, ornithology, water conservation, climatogy, man & nature, ecoregions, & nature identification field trip to Somerville state park, & Waco wetlands. There will also be some Friday or Saturday fields trips. In order to cover all the subjects, we are trying to offer 13 training classes.  Also, everyone was in agreement that the training classes will be counted as AT or Volunteer time for our current members that participate. We will request our members to make our new trainees feel welcome and included in our chapter.  See the current class schedule below.

2016 Class Curriculum,

The 2016 class agenda in PDF format is here. Class schedule

2013-14 Class Curriculum

The 2013-14 Class agenda is here. 2013-14 Training Class Agenda

2012 Class Curriculum

The 2012 Class agenda is here. 2012 Training class Agenda

2010 Class Curriculum
The 2010 Class agenda is here. 2010 Training Class Agenda.

2009 Class Curriculum
The 2009 class agenda is here – 2009 Training Class Agenda

2008 Class Curriculum
This was our first class of the El Camino Real Chapter – 2008 Training Class Agenda

Course Curriculum Goals
This is the state-advised overall curriculum goals.
CurriculumGoals CurriculumGoals PDF file

Course Lecture Materials
All presentations that were offered to us for posting are included under the “Natural Areas of Interest” section of the web site, under the topic area covered.

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