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

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July 17 – Plateau Summer Webinar – Know Your Plants: Native plant identification for common grasses, forbs and wildflowers

July 17 – How to Help Our Local Wildlife 

July 20 – Bird Watching

July 24 – Plateau Summer Webinar – Wildlife Management Valuation Midyear Check In

July 25 – Plant walk at Cross Timbers

July 27 – Native Plant Symposium

July 31 – Raptors of Texas

July 31- Bobcats, Bobcats Everywhere!

August 7 – Plateau Summer Webinar – Butterflies, Wasps & Bees, Oh My! How to manage for native pollinators on your property

August 14 – Protecting Our Water, Air, and Habitat

August 24 – Growing Native Plants 

August 28 – Plateau Summer Webinar – Five Tools of Wildlife Management: The basic tools necessary for successful wildlife management

Sept 6-8 – OAKTABLE Lichen Workshop

Sept. 19 – Air Quality 101

Sept 21 – Nature Hike at Clear Creek

October 23 – Tour of Furneaux Creek Nature Trail 

October 31 – Indian Marker Trees and Native Tree Species

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) –

On the Wings of Monarchs: A 10,000 foot view of species conservation –

Meadow Establishment in the East (Larry Weaner, Larry Weaner Landscape Associates; Ann Aldrich, Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy) – (No direct link, but it is on the page towards the bottom.)

Learn to transcribe for BRIT –

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