Engaging Texans of all ages through education and outreach is one of the core tenants of the Texas Master Naturalist program. Delivering programs that are meaningful, accurate, educational, and yes, fun, requires a fundamental understanding of effective communication through interpretive techniques and approaches that lead to conservation action. It is not enough to simply fill... Read More →
They Live Here, Too: Wildlife Habitat Restoration as Water Supply Protection Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) operates reservoirs that serve over 2 million people and counting in North Texas. These surface water sources are highly susceptible to drought and nonpoint source pollution, which puts water supply at risk in this rapidly growing region. To help... Read More →
Join member for our Monthly Nature Hike. Tentative subject(s) Astronomy, insects. August 13 or 20. Date, time and location to be announced.
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 →