Advanced Training

Events are listed on the calendar.  You can search by date or topic. You can also change the view from list to Calendar view. Please remember only 4 hours of webinars can be counted for AT.

AT committee: Rita Loki, Robert McLaughlin, Martha Peet, and Rob Roy. To contact the committee email elmforkat@gmail.com.

March 18 – Top 100 Plants for North Texas

March 19 – Plant Identification

March 20 – Wildlife in the City (webinar)

March 23 – Texas Stream Team (TST) Training

March 23 – Hike and Learn

March 27 – The Future of Texas Wildlife

March 30 – LLELA Trail Guide Training

April 13 – Itchy Business

April 17 – Plant Identification at Cross Timbers Trailhead Park

April 17 – Urban Wildlife: Do’s & Don’ts

May 8 – Wildlife Photography

May 11 – Wildlife Photography Hike

May 29-30 – WET and WILD Summer Camp for Educators

June 19 – How to Help Pollinators

June 22 – Pollinator Gardening

July 17 – How to Help Our Local Wildlife 

July 20 – Bird Watching

August 14 – Protecting Our Water, Air, and Habitat

Ongoing AT Opportunities

Pre-approved webinars

Habitat Restoration Fundamentals: Time-tested approaches and new advancements in creating monarch butterfly habitat (Eric Lee-Mäder, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gij_gjCsGHQ&feature=youtu.be&list=PLZb5DyVcCk955KQKL4J_Ca7aVmzBbM7pr

On the Wings of Monarchs: A 10,000 foot view of species conservation – https://fws.rev.vbrick.com/#/videos/fc559008-1640-457e-933c-90d868147dfa

Meadow Establishment in the East (Larry Weaner, Larry Weaner Landscape Associates; Ann Aldrich, Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy) https://monarchjointventure.org/resources/monarch-conservation-webinar-series

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