Category Archives: Dragonflyer Newsletters

Dragonflyer #76 February 2019

THE DRAGONFLYER A Message from our President Bruce Stewart, NTMN President, provides a 2018 wrap up and tells us what’s ahead for 2019 including huge events like the Annual Meeting and the Urban Wildlife Conference. Read Bruce’s article for more! Welcome 2019 Spring Class Members! On February 5, 2019 we welcomed 50 new trainees into our program. These trainees bring their own knowledge, skills and talents and will receive 13 weeks of classroom training and go on three field trips. If you are in the class, welcome! And if… 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 →

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 ( . 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 →