Join us each month for #TMNTuesdays Webinars!
On the second Tuesday of each month at 12:00pm Central Standard Time, the TMN State Office will offer an hour-long virtual advanced training event – with fantastic new and returning guest speakers. Scroll down the page and select a month for upcoming and past webinars.
We are excited to once again host our TMNTuesdays webinar series on the second Tuesday of the month through the 2023 year. TMNTuesdays are a way to learn about top conservation issues of the state, earn advanced training hours, and interact with wildlife professionals from across the state!
Title: Roving Interpretation: Making Casual Connections that Matter
Most interpretive opportunities are casual contacts with people on the trails or hot spots in the wild. We’ll talk about some tools, tips, and tricks to make help make those contacts meaningful. We’ll also talk briefly about how you can help Texas State Parks celebrate 100 years!
Conservation of Insects!
The presentation will cover what people can do to help promote the conservation of insects and other arthropods, within their own backyard.
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 we want there to always be drinkable, swimmable, and fishable waters in our great State.
The Texas Waters Specialist program develops a corps of well-informed volunteer specialists who provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of aquatic resources and aquatic habitats within their communities for the state of Texas. In this session, learn what the Texas Waters Specialist program entails, how to become certified, and see the growth and successes of your fellow Texas Master Naturalist.
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Curious to learn more about the inspiration to this year’s 25th Anniversary Annual Certification Pin? Then this month’s TMNTuesday is for you!
From the coast to the desert, we will take a look at the 11 ecoregions of Texas and their associated plant communities and abiotic characteristics. Additionally, we will explore the Ecological Mapping Systems (EMS) of Texas which have allowed TPWD to map even more refined habitat types within the ecoregions.
State of the Program
Happy New Year! Join us on January 10th at 12pm CST for our annual program update as we look ahead to our 25th year.
Scroll through the 2022 #TMNTuesdays hosted by the TMN State Office and recorded for your enjoyment!
Our first year of #TMNTuesdays webinars was a huge success! Click on a month below to see the past webinar.
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