Each month the Hill Country Chapter invites speakers who are experts in the field of Nature and Conservation to give a presentation about their field of expertise.
The Texas Master Naturalist, Hill Country Chapter is pleased to announce that the resumption of in-person Monthly Chapter Meetings will begin on March 28, 2022.
Chapter meetings are held the 4th Monday of each month (excluding December) at Upper Guadalupe River Authority (UGRA) building in Kerrville. The UGRA Building is located at 125 Lehmann Drive, Suite 100 in Kerrville.
Doors open at UGRA at 6 pm for socializing. A short business meeting will be held at 6:30 pm and the Advanced Training session is from 7 pm to 8 pm. There is no cost to attend.
Other virtual options to attend are via Zoom (click here for the Zoom link) or Livestreaming the event via our Facebook page. Go to https://txmn.org/hillcountry/ for icon links on the top of our website pages to find our virtual platforms.
Members of the Hill Country Chapter should keep in mind that they are only able to get AT credit if they watch the chapter presentation when it is live and the Speaker is present to answer questions.
A reminder to members that they may also claim 0.5 hrs of volunteer time for their attendance at the business portion of the meeting. VMS Code: HC-00-A Monthly Chapter Business Meeting
To view posted videos of past speakers who have given advanced training (AT) presentations go to our YouTube Channel. Titles of some of the past presentations:
- The Ecological Impacts of Overabundant White-tailed Deer and Exotics
- Heat and Wet Bulb Globe Temperature
- The Rich Archaeology of the Texas Hill Country
- Aquatics, a Presentation by Dick Luebke (Parts I and II)
- Snakes of the Hill Country of Central Texas
- Our Water, Our Future, Ours to Protect
- Moths, the Mysterious Majority, a Presentation by Valerie Bugh