TMN Annual Meeting – Contests
We have four contests running virtually with this year’s Annual
Meeting – their deadlines are each at the end of this month!
Please follow the links below to view the rules and enter.
Entry deadline for all four categories is September 30 th .
For the first time, we are asking our community to come together and participate in a VIRTUAL NATURE VENTURE! that will take place in the weeks just prior to our Annual Meeting. “Venture” is defined as a “risky or daring journey or undertaking” – pioneering ventures into little known waters . . . . A perfect synopsis of what 2020 has been!
With the virtual nature of our upcoming Annual Meeting and so many of the other trainings/workshops you’ve most likely attended recently, you may have felt like something was missing. Well we’ve got you covered! While we can’t (and won’t) offer the chigger bites or wind whipped face – we can offer the field educational time you’ve been missing!
While there hasn’t been an official announcement about this, we are working to restock the items in the AgriLife Bookstore and will be adding some fun new items related to the Annual Meeting. We are also placing the order for more lanyards as those have been requested and are currently out of stock. Keep your eyes out for these items and the official announcement later this week/early next.
Texas Master Naturalist, Hill Country Chapter is one of 50 regional Texas Master Naturalist volunteer corps. Members receive science-based training in natural resource management and share their knowledge to promote conservation and good stewardship in their communities. The Hill Country Chapter serves the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Our members are active in more than 80 volunteer service projects in Bandera, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Menard, Real, and San Saba counties. Our chapter is a 501(c)(3) organization. Now in our eighteenth year of commitment to education, outreach, and service, we have trained 593 Texas Master Naturalist volunteers who contributed more than 390,000 service hours to their communities. A contribution to the Hill Country and the state of Texas valued at $9.2 million.