To request an event or opportunity to be posted on the calendar, please complete our Calendar Entry Request form. (Link opens in new page.) Please submit your event at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date and allow at least 48 hours for new events to appear on the calendar once they’ve been submitted.

Chapter members: Check the state TMN website (link opens in new page) for other training and volunteer opportunities offered through the state office or other chapters.

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Earth Day

Earth Day 2024: Planet vs. Plastics. Learn more at https://www.earthday.org/.

Burleson Earth Day

Bailey Lake Park 280 W. Hidden Creek Parkway, Burleson, TX 76028, TX

Your kids will love this! What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by spending time outside enjoying nature? Burleson Parks and Recreation will host an Earth Day event (location TBD) for the public with a guided bird walk, education about ancient plants and animals, a garden class presentation, nature frame-making, composting, and activities such... Read More →

TMN Basic Training – Forest Ecology, Water Resources & Drinking Water

Opal Durant Community Center (Acton Library) 6430 Smoky Hill Ct., Granbury, Texas

9:00 am: Forest Ecology - Kimberlee Peterson 12:00 pm: Water Resources and Drinking Water - Johnny and Sha Robinson Hours reporting VMS category (dropdown list): Initial Training. Identify class in the training description box.

Far Out Family Campout

Bailey Lake Park 280 W. Hidden Creek Parkway, Burleson, TX 76028, TX

Burleson Parks and Recreation hosts the Far Out Family Campout for families at Bailey Lake, offering outdoor recreation, nature hikes, and more. Rio Brazos Chapter volunteers will assist with wildflower and prairie dog walks, creek discovery, crafts, and the chapter booth. The public is invited to enjoy the peaceful environment and wide-open spaces at Bailey... Read More →

Education Committee Meeting

Opal Durant Community Center (Acton Library) 6430 Smoky Hill Ct., Granbury, Texas

The Education Committee plans and develops educational events and services to the chapter and our communities. Examples include public events at Acton Nature Center and our partner parks, nature education for homeschool programs, special educational activities for local schools, field trips, and more. Interested members are invited to join us! Volunteer Hours.  VMS Category: Administrative Work... Read More →

Event Series Chapter Meeting

Chapter Meeting with Guest Speaker

Camp El Tesoro 7710 Fall Creek Hwy., Granbury, TX, United States

All members, guests, and visitors are invited to the chapter’s monthly meetings. Each meeting starts with a potluck (dinner on us for guests and visitors), followed by a speaker and the business meeting. Each meeting location rotates among the three chapter counties, so check the calendar for individual meeting locations. We will try to specify... Read More →

1st Saturday Bird Walk at ANC

Acton Nature Center 6900 Smoky Hill Ct., Granbury, TX

Free Public event. This is a citizen science monthly bird count recorded in eBird. Walk starts in the parking lot and goes to the bird blind and along trails from there. Masks and social distancing encouraged. Recommended: Binoculars, camera, water, hiking shoes, and clothing suitable for the weather.

TMN Basic Training – River Day

Dinosaur Valley State Park 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose, TX 76043, TX

9:00 am: River Day at Dinosaur Valley State Park - Billy Teels Hours reporting VMS category (dropdown list): Initial Training. Identify class in the training description box.

Keep Burleson Beautiful Meeting

Burleson Service Center 725 SE John Jones, Burleson, TX

Keep Burleson Beautiful is the catalyst organization that combines all nature organizations working with the City of Burleson Parks Department in a reporting meeting that recurs monthly. All interested persons are welcome to attend. Texas Master Naturalist, Rio Brazos Chapter members serve on the Board.

Friends of Acton Nature Center

Opal Durant Community Center (Acton) Library 6430 Smoky Hill Ct., Granbury, TX

Friends of Acton Nature Center (FANC) meet every second Wednesday to discuss, review, and plan tasks and projects for maintaining the native character of the nature center, along with maintaining facilities and offering educational opportunities. Anyone is welcome to attend meetings and become a member of the friends group. Meetings are at the Opal Durant... Read More →

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To request an event or opportunity to be posted on the calendar, please complete our Calendar Entry Request form. (Link opens in new page.) Please allow at least 48 hours for new events to appear on the calendar.