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Tribute to David Rogers, award-winning NTMN photographer

from: Stalin SM, NTMN photo committee I just wanted to share a few memories of David Rogers and highlight some of his contributions to our chapter. A lot of the new members in our committee might not know David. A succinct intro about David in Bruce’s words: “We discovered that David Rogers was a member of our chapter when they announced him as the grand prize winner of the photography contest at the TMN annual meeting. We didn’t know who he was but found out he had transferred… Read More →

May awardees – North Texas Master Naturalists Photo Challenge

Phenomenal photos! These NTMN members made the most of the quarantine in May — congratulations! The Naturalist-in-Training Jamie Maraman – Reflections and Tadpoles Name : Jamie Maraman Title : Reflections and Tadpoles Description : We love watching all of the small aquatic life scurrying across the water and swimming in the small marsh area near our home! Serena, 3 years old, is fascinated by the tadpoles and likes to move her hands into the water super slow, to not disturb them Location : Garland, TX The Outdoor Adventurer… Read More →

Diversity and Inclusion at NTMN

– As North Texas Master Naturalists, we pledge to “subscribe to the highest standards of integrity and conduct.”  Given the current unsettling events in our country, it is time to be forthcoming and unwavering in our commitment to this pledge within our community. Click HERE for more details.

Lee Kelton, class of 2012, passes away

We received sad news that our friend and fellow Master Naturalist Lee Kelton passed away on Saturday, April 11th. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. Amy Martin, NTMN class of 2018, wrote the tribute below. Her longer version, published by GreenSourceDFW, includes testimonials from NTMN members and covers his efforts with NTMN, Oak Cliff Earth Day, and the Celtic community. A tribute album of photos is up at Flickr. Donations in Lee’s name may be made to Twelve Hills Nature Center.  Lee Kelton Some… Read More →