2016 Holidays - ‘In the News’

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Starting at 6:30pm
Meet us at 6:30pm at Milo Butterfingers in Dallas!
Directions and details on: The Blackland Chapter (BNPAT)

REGISTER NOW & BRING YOUR FAVORITE DISH!!
Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Potluck Awards Dinner and Silent Auction - benefitting HNPAT.
Register at: News and Events

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IT’S TIME TO BUY BOOKS!
SHARE KNOWLEDGE OF TEXAS PRAIRIES -  FLORA & FAUNA & FOOD
(Historical and Contemporary)

Bluebonnets, Milkweed, Wild Roses; Prairie Grasses.
Buffalo, Horned Lizards, Texas Bobwhite Quail, Prairie Dogs; Monarchs and Moths.
BarBQ, Beef Jerky, Sassafras Tea and Cowboy Coffee,
Select this link to our Learn / Resources page.

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Support NPAT - Gift of a Membership to the Native Prairies Association of Texas!
*** Give a Membership to yourself, a friend or loved one! Support Us**
NPAT is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your membership and contributions are fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.  We respond to your gift with a written acknowledgement that can be included with your tax filing.

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NPAT applied for Accreditation in September
with the Land Trust Accreditation Committee ! 

We will receive the results in early 2017!
Read more about the accreditation process and what it means for NPAT:
http://texasprairie.org/index.php/our_blog/

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Check out our current and back issues of the Texas Prairie News in the Newsletters section!

See the News and Events section for field trips, conferences, and more!

Enter your email address to receive future field trip and conference announcements.

Grateful at end of 2016

End of Year Reflections

NPAT is very grateful for the support we receive from our generous members.

We are ending the 2016 calendar year having accomplished some major goals we had set for ourselves. Please check out the three new projects NPAT Prairies and watch for updates on our Application process here on our HOME page. 

September, we submitted our Application for Accreditation and will have a follow-up telephone meeting with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission in January, 2017.  (Results of our application will be received shortly thereafter.)

October, we finalized two Conservation Easements: Clymer Meadows-Webster and Clymer Meadows-Wylie.

November, we finalized the Daphne Prairie Conservation Easement.

The Native Prairies Association of Texas (NPAT)

is a non-profit land trust dedicated to the conservation, restoration, and appreciation of native prairies, savannas, and other grasslands in Texas.

We depend on your support to help us conserve Texas prairies and to educate people about their value. NPAT’s programs are supported by gifts, donations, grants, bequests, membership dues and volunteer efforts. DONATE NOW.

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