TMN Tuesday

Texas Waters: Become an ambassador of our waterways! The Texas Waters program informs and educates Texans about the most precious natural resource Texas possesses, its water. Many challenges face our state concerning water, particularly in our aquatic habitats, the water for wildlife. Texas Parks and Wildlife values the natural and cultural resources of Texas, and... Read More →

water resource and conservation

Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St, Kerrville

Discuss water resources and action plans to implement water conservation in the Texas Hill Country


Water Wednesdays: Community Collaboration Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS)

Microsoft Teams

This on-line webinar will provide an overview of CoCoRaHS a community-based network of volunteers that measure and map precipitation, Rain, Hail, and Snow. As part of the webinar volunteer training will be provided mainly on collecting rainfall. Pre-registration is required through eventbrite. To sign-up for this webinar or all six follow this link: Registrants will... Read More →


Native ecosystems of Enchanted Rock

Enchanted Rock State Park 16710 Ranch Rd 965, Fredericksburg TX

Hike and learn about the diverse echosystem, flora, and fauna of Enchanted Rock State Park


Cradle of Texas Chapter 6th Annual Advanced Training Day

First Presbyterian Church of Angleton, TX 130 S. Arcola Streat, Angleton

The Texas Master Naturalist – Cradle of Texas Chapter is pleased to host our 6th Annual Advanced Training Day on Saturday, May 20, 2023 from 8am-3:30pm. The event will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Angleton, with a virtual option via Zoom for those who are unable to attend in person. All presentations... Read More →