Category: Class of 2015

  • Congratulations to Our 2015 Graduates!

    The following class of 2015 members completed all their requirements for becoming certified Texas Master Naturalists. Please congratulate them for their hard work! Sachin Aggarwal Jim Bayliss Katherine Daniel Lydia Deats Hannah Frankel Pat Frost Jake Jackson Jason Jarisch Sarah Jenevein Beth Kirkhart Ashleigh Lassiter Ryan Lassiter Alice Mabry Lauren Millican Bill O’Leary Jake Patoski […]

  • Meet the Curriculum Coordinators for 2016

    I asked the new dynamic duo of Caroline and Monica to provide a little background about themselves. They are taking on the role of Curriculum Co-chairs for 2016. Here are their stories in all their unvarnished glory. Caroline (Class of 2015) Caroline has a passion for nature, and a talent for sharing it. She first discovered […]

  • 2015 Trainees Update

    Our 2015 CAMN trainees are down to their last class – and graduation ceremony – in a couple short weeks. They are an enthusiastic group, a well-rounded bunch with a lot of volunteer hours under their belts already. We hope they will continue to make a difference in Central Texas environmental stewardship, interpretation and educational outreach. This […]

  • 2015 Geology and Soils class recap

    This past Saturday saw the CAMN trainees for the class of 2015 visiting the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center for an overview of geology and soils in Central Texas. Jon Brandt, soils scientist with the Railroad Commission of Texas and a longtime CAMN member, coordinated the class. This was Jon’s 15th and last year as coordinator, as […]

  • 2015 Mammals Class

    The 2015 trainees had a great second class with Dr. Pamela Owen, Associate Director of the Texas Memorial Museum, teaching the overview of Texas mammals. CAMN has been fortunate to have Dr. Owen teach this class for a number of years. As part of the talk, she brings examples of pelts and skulls for students […]

  • 2015 Class Orientation Presentations

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