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NTMN Winter Awards Banquet: Wednesday, February 7th

Please join us at Texas Discovery Gardens, in the Grand Hall for the NTMN Winter Awards Banquet in lieu of our normal February Chapter Meeting on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Registration/doors open at 6:00 p.m. Help us celebrate the accomplishments of the year and the 25th anniversary of our chapter. Bring a potluck dish to share while you catch up with old friends and make some new ones! HOW TO RSVP: Please RSVP by Saturday, February 2nd via this link: FOOD, DRINKS,… Read More →

January 3, 2024 Chapter Meeting / January 6th Field Trip

Join us online, or in person at either Dallas College Brookhaven Campus, or Dallas College Mountain View Campus for our January Chapter meeting!

In 2020, Dallas passed a much-anticipated climate action plan: the Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan, otherwise known as “CECAP”. Exceptional effort was put into the crafting of this plan, which was recognized by the Brookings Institute in 2022 as the #1 most detailed and actionable plan across 50 of the country’s largest cities. CECAP, which includes a section on ecosystem protection and enhancement, is now in its implementation phase, overseen by the Dallas Environmental Commission.

Please join us for an update on the Environmental Commission’s work and the progress of CECAP implementation. This is also a great opportunity to provide feedback and ideas as we all work together to protect and enhance our natural environment in North Texas! Read More →

Texas Master Naturalists Share Their Talents with Spring Creek Forest Preserve

For over twenty years, Master Naturalists have been actively involved in the Preserve providing habitat management, education, and community outreach. Thanks to their efforts, this public park has become a refuge of towering trees, birds, wildflowers, and miles of trails that can be enjoyed by all. Read More →

December 6, 2023 Chapter Meeting

Listen to a roundtable discussion with several members deeply involved with Junior Master Naturalist, Nature Trekkers, Mathfinders/walkSTEM, and other programs educating local young people about nature. Our roundtable members will engage with each other and with the audience about the what, why, how, and where of the importance of nature to children. Read More →