Feb 6 2019

Texas Master Naturalists, Blackland Prairie Chapter: Texas Master Naturalist Training Deadline - McKinney

Jan 16 2019 - 8:00pm to Feb 6 2019 - 5:00pm
Heard Natural Science Museum
1 Nature Place
McKinney , TX

The Blackland Prairie Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist program, based in McKinney, is seeking applicants interested in becoming Texas Master Naturalists.  Applications will be accepted until Feb. 6, 2019.  Classes will be held at the Heard Natural Science Museum, 1 Nature Place, McKinney, TX 75069, from Feb. 13—May 8, 2018.  Class participants must complete 40 hours of natural resource training, participate in 3 class field trips, and finish 8 hours of advanced training and 40 hours of volunteer service within their first year in the program.  Application forms and program information are available at https://txmn.org/bptmn/class-of-2019/.

The Blackland Prairie Chapter draws members from communities located in Collin, Hunt and Rockwall counties and adjacent areas. Communities in these areas are growing fast, but so are opportunities to conserve local natural resources. Master Naturalist volunteers are uniquely qualified to inspire their neighbors to appreciate the environment, to take part in hands-on projects at parks and preserves, to help children and adults learn about local natural resources, and much more.

Info: Linda Nixon, communications@bptmn.org or 951-206-0274

Denton County Master Gardener Association: Flower Mound Spring Gardening Series - Flower Mound (Feb. 4-Feb. 25

Feb 4 2019 - 7:00pm to Feb 18 2019 - 9:00pm
Flower Mound Public Library
3030 Broadmoor Ln
Flower Mound , TX

Denton County Master Gardener Association and the Flower Mound Public Library present a series of talks that will cover gardening topics for spring. All programs start at 7 p.m.  Please register at 972-874-6165 or fmpl@flower-mound.com .

Feb. 4: Companion Planting - Lynda Harvey

Feb. 11: Yard Art Smarts - Tammie Gurley

Feb. 18: Landscape Design for Success - Carol Arment

Feb. 25: Success with SUCCULENTS - Gay Campbell

Arlington Conservation Council: "Trash It or Recycle It, The Fort Worth Story"

Feb 6 2019 - 7:00pm
Fielder House
1616 W Abram St
Arlington , TX

Presented by Joao Pimentel, senior planner with the Solid Waste Services Division of the City of Fort Worth Code Compliance Department.

Joao Pimentel hold degrees in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Universidade de Brasilia, in Brazil, and a Master’s degree in Philosophy, from the International Academy of Philosophy, in the Principality of Liechtenstein. She has 23 years of planning experience and is a certified planner. She has been with the city of Fort Worth since 2010, and was the project manager behind the development of the city’s new 2017-2037 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan – which it is now implementing. She currently manages the city’s Material Management Program and heads the Planning Section of the Solid Waste Division.

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AJ Vagabonds: Groundwork Dallas - Dallas

Feb 6 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Oddfellows
316 W 7th St
Dallas , TX

Groundwork Dallas will talk about environmental stewardship in Dallas, their projects developing parks and green spaces,and opportunities to get involved.