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Texas Master Naturalist - Panhandle Chapter


Want to know more about the wild critters and

wild flowers of the Texas Panhandle?

Registration is open for the 2017 training class of the 

Texas Master Naturalist - Panhandle Chapter

Check the links below for more information. 

Questions? Contact Joanne Toler at joanne@lswtexas.com or 

call 356-9540(work) or 220-9005(cell)

We have some upcoming events to help you learn more

about the Texas Master Naturalists

                                                                                                                                                                  

Naturalist Day at Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Come visit us at the new Tasajillo Group Pavilion in the

Juniper Day Use Area from 1-4 PM. We will have exhibits

and information about the Texas Master Naturalists.

                                                                                                                                                                  

Open House at the Southwest Branch of the Amarillo Public Library

Tuesday, March 7th 

We will have a meet and greet (with refreshments) from 6-7 PM,

followed by a presentation by our president, Bernice Blasingame,

about the Native American uses of the bison.

Come join us and found out what the

Master Naturalist program is all about. 

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


Mission statement

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

Check back for information on our next monthly meeting.


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.