Author Archives: Whitney Wolf

Saturday, February 9 Public Events

Winter Trees and Signs of Spring Saturday, February 9, 2019  1:00 PM – 2:30 PM A strange irony – winter is a great time to learn tree ID, when the leaves are off and you can see the true structure and identifying characteristics of trees. It’s also a great time to get ready for spring, since the winter rosettes of many wildflowers are already up. Join us Saturday, February 9, for a 1.5 hour walk to practice tree ID and anticipate the soon-to-come wildflower season. A template for… Read More →

JIM’S THIS & THAT: January 2019

JIM’S THIS & THAT: January 2019 And suddenly you know: It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings. Meister Eckhart If we can recognize that change and uncertainty are basic principles, we can greet the future and the transformation we are undergoing with the understanding that we do not know enough to be pessimistic.   Hazel Henderson *** Take a look inside for… 1. Links to community calendars … and including … 2. News You Can Use: articles, activities, and resources 3. Area organizations &… Read More →

Dragonflyer #75 – November 2018

A Message from our President Bruce Stewart, NTMN President, provides a first-hand account of the 2018 Annual State Conference. In addition to several great observations, he details the impact the NTMN chapter has had on other chapters, from our project entries to our presentations. Some exciting news is headed our chapter’s – and our region’s – way. Read Bruce’s article for more! Just some of the NTMN awards won at the 2018 Annual State Conference in Georgetown, TX. The December Member Meeting is Only A Few Days Away On December 5, 2018, we’ll… Read More →

NTMN Member Spotlight

By Jennifer Weisensel Meet Your Next Dragonflyer Newsletter Editor: Dorothy Buechel Quick Facts: Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee NTMN Class: 2018 Fun Fact about yourself: I took the TMN training class with my father, Ted Bauman. He always finished the homework before I did. Jennifer: How did you hear about the TMN program/NTMN chapter? Dorothy: I first encountered NTMN at Native Plants and Prairie Day at White Rock Lake several years ago. Jennifer: What made you want to become an NTMN member? Dorothy: I love to be outside and was… Read More →