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... Read More →
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.
The chapter offers nature-related lessons in a structured program for homeschool children. Volunteers arrive at 9:30 to set up. Nature based programs start at 10:30. Volunteers can participate in the... Read More →
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... Read More →
First session of Rio Brazos Chapter 2023 new member training course. Introduction to Texas Master Naturalist Program and History of the Progam — Rachel Richter, Texas Parks and Wildlife VMS... Read More →
Member volunteer opportunity -- weed, clean, fix, trim, and trail maintenance at Acton Nature Center. Contact Dave Moore for more information.
New member basic training. Ecoregions and Ecological Concepts — Billy Teels, Longtime Chapter Member and Ecologist, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (Retired) Texas Water Resources - Jill Garcia, Upper Trinity... Read More →
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... Read More →
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.