NTMN September Chapter Meeting – Native Plants & their Role within the Municipal Water Reuse (AT)
Wednesday, September 7, 2022 | 7pm-830pm (Doors open at 630pm)
Join us as Carol Garrison will discuss how native plants play a vital role in the East Fork Water Reuse Project. This photograph-intensive presentation will provide an overview of the project including its unique partnership with the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center. Carol will focus on several native plants with specific attention to their water cleaning properties, value to the local ecosystem, and their possible role in a backyard pond environment.
Carol Garrison is a 3rd generation native Texan and a member of the North Texas Master Naturalist chapter since 2015. She is celebrating 5 years as an educator at the John Bunker Sands Wetland and has been promoted to Education Coordinator. An avid iNaturalist observer with over 6,400 observations, Carol enjoys walking the trails at Post Oak Preserve and Spring Creek Forest Preserve. When she’s not gardening or photographing flora and fauna on local trails, she’s working on her skills as a certified Bat Ambassador and has enjoyed reporting bat sightings at the wetland.
Location: Dallas College Brookhaven Campus, Building H, Room 125.
Zoom option: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tjWbhnpfQ_y7Qta6-fBEzg. (If you are attending in person, you don’t need to register for Zoom.)
More details: https://members.ntmn.org/archives/440050
Please report hours to: AT: NTX: Chapter Meeting (1 hour)
Do not include drive time