Invasive Plant Removal at River Bend Nature Center

River Bend Nature Center Wichita Falls

Come to River Bend Nature Center at 9:00 - 12:00 on December 31 to help with invasive plant removal from the beds near the parking lot.  We will also be planting native seeds to restore biodiversity and promote native plants.  All ages and experience levels are welcome and encouraged. If you have work gloves and... Read More →

First Day Hikes at LASP

Lake Arrowhead State Park

Help with visitors to Lake Arrowhead State Park for the First Day Hikes.   There will be two hikes:  at 9:00 am and and 11:oo am.  The early hike is usually along the Dragonfly Trail.  The second usually along the longer Onion Creek Trail (north of the horn).   You can assist with either one, or both.... Read More →

January Chapter Meeting

Midwestern State University

Join us at MSU, Bolin Science Hall, Room 209 or contact rollingplainschaptertmn@gmail.com for the Zoom link.  Use the south entrance of Bolin Science Hall.  Handicap-accessible. Learn about the human history of North Texas with Robert Palmer. Report as AT: Chapter Meeting for the program; CB:Administrative Work: Chapter Meeting for the chapter business meeting.

TMNTuesday for January

Each month, on the second Tuesday,  TXMN presents programs of interest to its members.  You can find more at https://txmn.tamu.edu/tmntuesdays/ Report as:  AT: TMNTuesday (This is the ONLY webinar that may be watched recorded.  And you must do so within the calendar year of its original presentation.

Texas Stream Team Water Testing/ January

Water testing will be conducted at Lake Wichita and the Wichita River.  Meet at the Lake Wichita boat ramp a t9 am.  To reach the parking lot, travel south on Kemp Blvd.  The entrance to the ramp is on your right, just before you get to the State Hospital (on opposite side of road).  Participants... Read More →

January Bird Outing at Lake Arrowhead State Park

Join Penny Miller, other members and guests at Lake Arrowhead State Park for a bird outing.   Look for and identify birds found at the park.  This is a leisurely hike on level ground (handicap accessible).  Binoculars helpful, but not required.  You can borrow a birding pack (bird book/binoculars) from the State Park headquarters.  This outing... Read More →

Comanche Springs Water Testing/Pollinator Garden

Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus FM 654, Crowell

Meet at the maintenance bard at Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus to conduct water testing and work on the pollinator garden. Contact Lynn if you want to participate at 940-867-3006. Report as FR: Texas Stream Team and/or NRA: Trail, Wildscape, Butterfly Garden Maintenance

Interpreting Early Texas Cisterns

In this webinar, we’ll share how you can use virtual interpretation to reveal more about the history of water use in Texas during the 19th century, before the advent of running water. The evidence of this history remains at our feet on public and private lands throughout Texas. You may have seen it already and... Read More →

Living in Harmony with America’s Song Dog

Coyotes are highly resilient creatures able to adapt to threats and acclimate themselves in almost every environment, including cities and suburbs. As a keystone carnivore, coyotes play a critical role helping to maintain healthy ecosystems and species diversity. This presentation will look at the current challenges coyotes face in a rapidly evolving human-centric landscape. We’ll... Read More →

Native Polycultures with David Hopman

Native Plant Society of Texas webinar. North Central Chapter Meeting – UTA Prof. David Hopman featuring his new book being published in 2023. Online, via Zoom.  Polyculture cultures - landscapes that incorporate different species of plants together that thrive in the same setting, and combine and grow together in unpredictable but pleasing ways. Register Here.... Read More →