Cathy Downs (r) with Gracie Waggener and Kip Kiphart.
The chapter contributed to Riverside Nature Center in appreciation of our ongoing partnership. June 2010
The Native Plant Society of Texas awarded a grant to the chapter to purchase nature study program supplies for monthly after school learning activities at the Kerrville Kroc Center. 2011
conserving and reclaiming surface water through preservation and distribution of water resources for future growth to maintain and enhance the quality of life for Kerr County citizens.
The chapter funded Kendall County Partnership for Parks’ bluebird habitat signage at Kreutzberg Canyon Natural Area and James Kiehl River Bend Park in Kendall County. July 2011.
The Sand County Foundation donated copies of A Sand County Almanac for the Class of 2006. (Trainees received copies from the foundation from 2006-2010.)
Texas Lions Camp donated a portion of the classroom fee for fall 2005 training , and allowed access to their 500-acre natural area for advanced training. The chapter provided signage for the camp’s nature trail. (Chapter training classes continue to meet at Texas Lion Camp.)
Upper Cibolo Land Owners Association generously donated to the chapter in appreciation of a five-property LMAP consultation. March 2010
Chapter members constructed a water distribution system for the Butterfly Garden at Kerrville-Schreiner City Park with materials donated by Lowe’s of Kerrville. April 2011.
Boerne Chapter – Native Plant Society of Texas
an enthusiastic NPSOT chapter and home of NICE! (Natives Instead of Common Exotics) a project created by chapter members.
Print the class cookbook in booklet form.
Gracie Waggener and Phyllis Muska with a sign of chapter spirit.
Last Chance Forever
dedicated to rehabilitation of sick, injured, and orphaned birds of prey, scientific investigation, and public education.
Cathy Downs teaches a record-breaking live TV long distance learning class on monarchs.
Cynthia Burgin and Daneshu Clarke make raptor education real!
George, Bob McKinley, Katie,, and Nikki build new steps.
Trainee Bridget Langdale, 1st prize winner TMN conference photo/art contest. Actual imprint from our Ichthyology demonstration fish.
Lisa Williams, Donna Brewton, and Linda Karst Stone among the healing plants of the garden.
Ron Hood receiving his 10,000 plaque from Michelle Haggerty
Volunteers gather transect data at Mason MountainW MA.
Pollinator gardeners who receive recognition from the Pollinator Garden Assistance and Recognition Program may purchase the program’s garden sign.
Jeff Forman with Bridget Langdale and new bluebird nestbox parent at Old Yeller Days in Mason.
Texas Master Naturalist mission is 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.
Every Donation makes a difference. Enter any amount. The Hill Country Chapter is a 501(c)(3) organization.