Author Archives: Whitney Wolf

Announcing the Fall Class at Mountain View College

Welcome to North Texas Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist Program! Here you will find “a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the State of Texas.” Here I find my dig-deep in-the-dirt side-by-side true friends. I admire North Texas Master Naturalists for connecting people with nature, committing to our community and representing our chapter contributing in countless ways with our partner projects all over Dallas County and beyond; and… Read More →

Announcements from the March General Meeting

Announcements The announcements for the March chapter meeting are linked. Click on the link to bring the announcements to your computer. The links should open in a new window or tab so you will still have this message open in the original window in your browser. Click here to download the announcements to your computer. Stalin’s Presentation on Photographic Techniques Stalin’s presentation was excellent and we had an overflow audience to take it all in. I was going to include some of his slides from the presentation here, but… Read More →

Jim’s This and That – February 2018

HAPPY GROUNDHOG DAY! It’s official – early this morning (Feb. 2), Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, thus predicting 6 more weeks of winter. The announcement came via this traditional poetic announcement: “Up early this morning. Far from home. Are you searching for the Phil-osopher’s stone? Well, even my best friends, they don’t know. Is it an early spring or just more snow,” the proclamation read. “My faithful followers, your hands (and my paws) are getting cold so here is my forecast. Not lead, but solid gold: I see… Read More →

Open House for the 2018 Class

BECOME A MASTER NATURALIST When:  Tuesday, October 3, 7-8:30 PM Where: Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Office, 10056 Marsh Ln., Ste. 101-B, Dallas 75229 The North Texas Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist Program will be accepting applications beginning October 1, 2017, for its 2018 class. Master Naturalist Trainees receive in-depth education in wildlife and natural resource management, customized to focus on our local ecosystems. In return, Master Naturalists provide volunteer service in the form of community education, conservation, citizen science, and demonstration projects, while pursuing advanced training in… Read More →