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Chapter Meeting – Wednesday, April 3rd, 2024

How Spending Time in Nature Can Boost Mental Health and Save the Planet:   Explore the profound mental health benefits of immersing oneself in nature. Research has shown that spending time in natural environments can have a positive impact on overall well-being and significantly improve mental health. The presentation highlights the “Wellness in Nature” program, offered by the Elm Fork Chapter, which specifically caters to individuals with memory loss and their caregivers in the community. Through a combination of guided nature activities and therapeutic interventions, the program aims… Read More →

November 1, 2023 Chapter Meeting

Join us November 1, 2023 as NTMN member Caleb Hinojos presents a unique perspective of DNA in the laboratory and how it helps to bridge the gaps between classical, modern, and conservation biology. Read More →

Landowners Conference, July 16, 9am

This is a not to be missed opportunity to learn about managing your land, or suburban yard, or small garden, for wildlife.  Date: Saturday, July 16, 2022 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 8:30 – 9:00 am: Registration, coffee, and light breakfast 9:00 – 9:10 am: Welcome and Introduction to Speakers 9:10 – 10:10 am: 1-d-1 Wildlife Tax Valuation for Landowners 10:10 – 11:10 am: Managing Your Land for Birds 11:10 – Noon: Importance of Prairies Noon – 1:00 pm: Lunch (provided on site) 1:00 – 2:00 pm: Biology of… Read More →

Affirming Abundance: Mexican American Culture, Abolition, and #LandBack – June Chapter Meeting

June Chapter Meeting – ZOOM ONLY! Register For Zoom Meeting Join us via Zoom on Wednesday, June 1st! Affirming Abundance: Mexican American Culture, Abolition, and #LandBack In this lecture, Ybarra will reflect on the idea of wilderness and environmentalism for Mexican Americans. Ybarra’s new practice of birdwatching precipitates a question. Whereas in her scholarship and teaching she argues that Mexican Americans do not identify with conventional environmentalism or the idea of wilderness, how can she understand her new practice of paying attention to birds? In other words, what… Read More →