Category Archives: Dragonflyer Newsletters

Dragonflyer #74 – August 2018

A Message from our President Bruce Stewart, NTMN President, provides a summary of the summer social and the celebration of our 20th year as a Texas Master Naturalist chapter. He also asks the question – what is the right size for us? Read the article here. NTMN member Heather Lowe presents fellow NTMN member Connie Koval with a 20th anniversary patch for completing a winning game board at the Summer Social. NTMNs Out and About 2018 Nature Leaders Discover how Rosemont Elementary School 5th grade students are learning about the Blackland Prairie by becoming Nature… Read More →

Dragonflyer #73 – June 2018

A Message from our President Bruce Stewart summarizes the role of the citizen scientist as it has developed through the centuries, and reminds us of what we can do to continue this valuable work in the community. Read the article here (http://public.ntmn.org/presidents-message-what-is-old-is-new-again) . New Look, Same Dragonflyer! As Newsletter Editor, I have the opportunity to read up on the chapter’s happenings before anyone else. And, as our sometimes 14-page .pdfs have proven, we are a busy chapter! Well, we assume you’re just as busy doing outdoor things, or… Read More →

The Dragonflyer – Volume 73 – January/February 2018

The Dragonflyer – Volume 73 – January/February is now available! This edition includes some wonderful photography by our photography committee, a recap of our annual end-of-year awards banquet, some personal narratives from those members who were awarded scholarships to attend the 2017 TMN Annual Conference, and what is ahead for our chapter in 2018. DF-73-FINAL-LR Questions/comments? Email us at: newsletter@ntmn.org

The Dragonflyer – Volume 72 – November/December 2017 Issue

The Dragonflyer – Volume 72 – November/December 2017 is now available! We’ve had a busy fall, and we’re ending strong with lots of announcements and opportunities. All in this last edition of The Dragonflyer for 2017. DF-72-FINAL-LR Questions/comments? Email us at: newsletter@ntmn.org