What Is TNM
Texas Master Naturalist - Panhandle Chapter
Want to know more about the wild critters and
wild flowers of the Texas Panhandle?
The 2017 training class is starting this Saturday, March 25th
at the Tasajillo Pavilion in Palo Duro Canyon at 8:30 AM.
All members are invited to come welcome our new members,
and share their passion for the nature of the Texas Panhandle.
The application is here: in PDF format
Quick glance schedule of classes is here: in PDF format
Expanded schedule of classes is here: in PDF format
The Texas Master Naturalist program is a venture directed toward developing
a local corps of "master volunteers" to provide education, outreach, and service
dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources
and natural areas within their communities.
Monthly Meetings and Open House: PCTMN Meeting
Our monthly chapter meeting will be on Tuesday, November 28 at 7:00 at the
Southwest Branch of the Amarillo Public Library.
We will be electing officers for next year, followed by
Bernice Blasingame giving training on the Comanche and their use bison.
This training will help prepare you for doing volunteer presentations
at Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
Come join us to learn about one of our local wildlife treasures.
We will also have a board meeting at 6:30 before the chapter meeting.
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Our April Newsletter is available.
Bernice Blasingame TMN Chapter Advisor of the Year!
Our very own PCTMN member and Chapter Advisor wins statewide recognition.
Click this link to read the story.