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Protecting Dark Skies for Humans & Wildlife – Meeting 10-5-22

October 5, 2022 Chapter Meeting Protecting Dark Skies for Humans & Wildlife Register for ZOOM meeting Wednesday, October 5, 2022, our speaker,  Karen McGraw, Ed.D., will talk about how almost every living thing on our planet uses the cycle of light and dark to trigger life processes.   Artificial Light at Night (ALAN) and light pollution interrupts this cycle. This program will help us understand the effects of light pollution on living things, including ourselves, and how we can protect dark skies for humans and wildlife. Participants will take… Read More →

August Chapter Meeting – Can You Restore A Creek By Doing Nothing?

We will not meet in person at Brookhaven tonight because Dallas County has moved to a “red” COVID-19 risk level (high risk of community transmission). The health and safety of our members is the highest priority, so please register to participate via zoom. We look forward to seeing you online! Register For the Zoom Meeting Wednesday, August 4. Camera Roll at 6:30, meeting at 7 pm. Riparian Vegetation’s Role in Stream Restoration with Kenneth Mayben, civil engineer retired from NRCS and presenter for Texas Riparian Association. Register For… Read More →