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RESERVE: Saturday, October 28, 2017! ( Kirchoff Famly Farm)

ALL PRAIRIE ENTHUSIASTS!  REGISTER & ATTEND OUR FREE “Wildlife and Grasslands Restoration Workshop”

Lunch will be provided. All are welcome for all or a part of the day - whatever your schedule will allow! Register Online NOW so we know you’re going to join us!  We look forward to seeing YOU!!

CANCELLED - October 4, 2017 - Georgetown, TX

Our apologies for the late notice. The CenTex NPAT Chapter will not have an October monthly meeting.

NPAT Members and friends may attend a Memorial for Kunda Wicce, a leader of NPAT in its early days, who was very influencial in establishing our organization.

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Our next CenTex Chapter Meeting will be Wednesday, November 1, 2017.

October 5, 2017 - Waller, TX

Support Katy Prairie Conservancy’s 2017 Restoration Round-up:

Partners with KPC are: Harris County Flood Control District, Houston Parks & Recreation Department, Native Prairies Association of Texas, Texas Master Naturalist, and Wildlife Habitat Federation.

Register Here (required).


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October 9, 2017 - Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth NPAT Chapter’s Monthly Meet-up!

“Managing Prairies and Savannas For Diversity With Grazing and Fire”

Monday,  6:30pm – 8pm

Presenter: Dan Caudle of Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Location: Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA.

October 14, 2017 -  Paul Mathews Prairie & Clymer Meadows!

Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Blackland NPAT proudly joins our co-host, The Nature Conservancy, in offering a FREE DAY-OF-TOURS OF THESE BEAUTIFUL PRAIRIES!

Our Guide, Brandon Belcher, North Texas Preserves Manager for TNC, will share his deep prairie knowledge as we enjoy the beauty of the two colorful grasslands
1st STOP: Mathews Prairie, a 100-acre pristine Blackland Prairie preserve. It is densely grassed, heavily forbed, and riddled with deep gilgai impressions. (Currently under a conservation easement with TNC, NPAT seeks to additionally protect the property from rapid encroachment by purchasing it and co-managing with TNC.)
We’ll enjoy a delicious lunch in Greenville.
We’ll spend the afternoon touring Clymer Meadows.  The entire Clymer Meadows Preserve is a valuable resource for scientific research and supervised field trips, tours, hiking and bird watching, all managed and approved so as not to impair its pristine condition.
Please read over the day’s plans on: Blackland NPAT’s Calendar October 14, 2017. We highly recommend you come prepared: Wear long pants and hiking boots (don’t forget your hat and sunglasses)!  Bring a water bottle and insect repellent.

October 14, 2017 - Austin, TX - Honor NPAT’s Friend, Mickey Burleson

Saturday, beginning at 11am. Travis Audubon Society’s 8th Annual “Victor Emanuel Conservation Award Luncheon” In Honor of Mickey Burleson’s Extraordinary Efforts in Prairie Restoration!


Plan to attend! Purchase a ticket or table at the Austin Country Club.

We Congratulate you, Mickey!

NPAT is very grateful for the rewarding relationship we continue to share with you after so many years. We are happy for you and proud you are receiving this well-deserved honor!
Our thanks to the Travis Audubon Society for recognizing your tireless efforts!
Sincerely,
Native Prairies Association of Texas Board of Directors, Staff and our wonderful Volunteers!

Report on Blackland Chapter’s October 14, 2017 Mathews and Clymer Meadows Prairies Field Trip

Our Blog includes the Report filed by Leigh Ann Ellis.

October 21, 2017 - Grasslands & Winery Tour FUNDRAISER

The Fort Worth NPAT Chapter Saturday, 1pm to 6pm!

Enjoy the fall afternoon touring the beautiful Caddo-LBJ National Grasslands and visiting the Marker Cellars Winery!

The proceeds of this fundraising afternoon benefit NPAT’s efforts to purchase the Paul Mathews Prairie! NPAT seeks to save the pristine 100-acre remnant of Blackland prairie from rapid encroachment by purchasing it and co-managing with along with The Nature Conservancy.
Reserve your seat on our chartered bus; details to meet the bus @TCC-NW campus will be provided upon RSVP. $50 PER PERSON. (We are not able to offer Refunds.)
Questions? E-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 817-689-0098 & leave a message.
We will explore a portion of the vast Caddo-LBJ National Grasslands (which encompasses almost 40,000 acres in both Wise and Fannin Counties)!
Our tour ends at Marker Cellars Winery. As they recommend, we will “Escape to the country and come join us for a taste of Texas Wine, relax with a glass and enjoy our beautiful views.”

October 28, 2017- FREE “Wildlife & Grassland Restoration Workshop”

Saturday, 8:30am to 3:30pm

Kirchoff Family Farm and Three Oaks Community Center

This FREE 1-day Restoration Workshop is being offered by NPAT and Wilson County Wildlife Management Association.

Morning Tours and Demos at the Kirchoff Family Farm.
Lunch and afternoon presentations will be in the nearby Three Oaks Community Center.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Please indicate if you will be participating for all or a part of the day, and whether you’ll join us for lunch.) We look forward to seeing you October 28!

NPAT and Wilson County Wildlife Management Association express our collective appreciation to the The Kirchoff Family and to these organizations and their representatives who have graciously offered their support for this workshop (listed alphabetically):
Douglass King Seed Company; Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA; Oaks and Prairies Joint Venture; South Texas Natives/Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute; Texas Master Naturalist; Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Wilson County Soil & Water Conservation District #301.

November 8, 2017 - Victoria, TX

“Organizational Meeting” of Victoria-area NPAT Chapter

Wednesday, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Community Room, Anti-Crime Unit, Victoria Mall,

7800 N. Navarro St, Victoria, TX 77904

Agenda: 

6:30 PM – 7:00 PM - “Seed Mixer Social” (Free Seeds will be given away!)
7:00 – 8:00 PM – How to Form an NPAT Chapter; review NPAT’s Mission and importance of forming partnerships.
8:00 – 8:30 PM – Presentation:Latest NPAT Prairie Acquisitions; Current & Upcoming Events
8:30 PM – Adjourn

Please invite a neighbor and a friend to attend!
Pat Merkord, NPAT Executive Director
Barbara Keller-Willy, NPAT President, Board of Directors

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