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Jim’s This and That: April 2018

JIM’S THIS & THAT: April 2018 Happy April Fools Day! What to do, what to do…here are some devilish inspirations… https://www.boredpanda.com/funny-april-fools-pranks *** Forbid us to be satisfied with what we make of life. Draw us from trivial content and set our eyes on far-off goals. Keep us at tasks too hard for us that we may be driven to you for strength. Deliver us from fretfulness and self-pitying; make us sure of the good we cannot see and of the hidden good in the world. Save us from… Read More →

Announcing the Fall Class at Mountain View College

THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 20!!  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… Read More →

April 2018 Meeting – Save the Night: Life on Earth Depends on Natural Darkness

Meeting will be: Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 6:30 pm   Almost every living thing on our planet uses the cycle of light and dark to trigger life processes. Humans have come to depend on artificial light for nighttime activities. So, how does artificial light at night affect fauna, flora, and even humans? This presentation is a peek into our natural world after dark and the effect that artificial light has on it. Come learn about how artificial lighting affects life, and outdoor lighting practices that let us have… Read More →

February 2018 Meeting – Indian Marker Trees: Living witnesses to the history of a past civilization.

 Meeting will be: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:30 pm     American Indians used trees not only to mark a trail, but also to signal the presence of important features, some of which were critical for survival. Indian marker trees are living witnesses and a significant part of this nation’s cultural heritage. Volunteers for the Texas Historic Tree Coalition (TxHTC) are working hard to find, research, verify, recognize and celebrate these priceless cultural treasures. TxHTC is passionate in its purpose to increase awareness and understanding of Indian… Read More →