Welcome to the
Texas Master Naturalist
Blackland Prairie Chapter
Why Become a
Texas Master Naturalist?
Also see TPWD's
Keep Texas Wild: Blackland Prairie
The Texas Master Naturalist program is a partnership between the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and other local partners.
- September 13 - Steve Houser: Indian Marker Trees
- October 11 - Plan and Play: Do You Like Where We Came From and Where Do You Want Us to Go? And of Course Fun, Prizes, and Food
- November 8 - Diane Brownlee: Local Seismic Activity
- December 13 - Daphne Lynch: TBD Topics from the Collin County Health Department
- Future Speakers - TBA -
- August 9 - Sarah Deerman: Leave No Trace Project
- July 12 - Leah Patton: Texas Tarantulas
- June 14 - Sally Evans: Soil Stew, A Few Surprises, And Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary!
- May 10 - Monica Morrison: Texas Wild Cats
- April 12 - Amethyst Roney: Texas Snake Myths Debunked
- March 8 - Lt. Michael Mitchell, Warden/Law Enforcement at Texas Parks and Wildlife Headquarters: Laws, Regulations and Ethics (new chapter in TMN training manual) and What TPWD Can Do For You
- February 9 - Chapter Members to train: Hands On: Seed Balls, Mason Bee Houses and more. Learn and do night of fun.
- January 12 - Open House (No AT): Partner Presentations and General Meeting
Prior years' talks can be found in the >> Monthly Talk Archive <<
Check out the newly updated Calendar from the tab at top of page for volunteer opportunities and information about what our partners are doing.