Author Archives: Amy Martin
Wednesday, Nov. 6 Social time starts at 6:30 pm. Meeting at 7 pm. Speaker begins at approximately 7:30 pm. Brookhaven College Miles Building, room H-135 campus map: https://www.brookhavencollege.edu/maps/pages/campus-map.aspx 3939 Valley View Ln, Farmer’s Branch, TX 75244 Emerald ash borer (EAB) decimated many thousands of ash trees, killing virtually all species of ash trees in the genus Fraxinus. Five major species of ash trees in the U.S. are on the brink of extinction due to EAB. First discovered in Michigan in 2002, it has since made its way across much… Read More →
Capture your experience with nature through the pages of your own field journal. The process of translating, naming, and depicting our observations connects us to the world on a deeper level. Join horticulturist Meghan Peoples in this interactive course as she guides you in the basics of nature journaling. Bring life to your observations with color, art, design, and more. Discover a whole new perspective on the natural world around you Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019 6:30 Meet and Eat 7:00 Introduction and Announcements 7:20 Featured Presentation 8:45 Adjournment… Read More →
North Texas Master Naturalist NTMN official Facebook page: Promoting our efforts and providing education to the public at large. Anyone can join. NTMN official Twitter NTMN official Instagram NTMN official Pinterest Texas Master Naturalist TMN state Facebook page: News from TMN and its state agency allies. Anyone can join. TMN Annual Meeting Facebook event: Stay on top of news and changes to the annual conference. Anyone can join.
A Botanical Waltz Across Texas: Biological Crossroads and Floral Wonders Presented by Barney L. Lipscomb, Dorothea L. Leonhardt Chair of Texas Botany for Botanic Research Institute of Texas, A Botanical Waltz Across Texas by the ever-entertaining Barney L. Lipscomb will give a broad overview of the 10 vegetational areas of Texas and highlight some of the unique and fascinating ecological systems, plus give a closer look at some of the more rare plants in the Lone Star State. As always, all of our meetings are free and open… Read More →