Northeast Texas Chapter

Northeast Texas

Upcoming Events

October Program: Thursday 10/26 at 2PM

Dr. Megan Clayton Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Research Center at Uvalde will speak about “Planting Native Seed – Progress and Opportunities!” Program will be centered around Native Seed programs for landowners restoration efforts, Native Seeding Certification Course, and their partnership with Texas Native Seed. If you are unable to join in person, please contact Nick Makarenko at to receive the link to join virtually. The Zoom link will be provided the morning of the program by 8AM so please check your email. We request links not be shared with others to ensure the best quality presentation for everyone and for our speaker.

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Spring 2024 Member Magazine

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We are a non-profit organization run by volunteers serving all of Longview and surrounding counties. The Northeast Chapter's mission is to promote research, conservation, and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach, and example. We hold monthly meetings that are open to the public that feature a variety of guest speakers that are passionate about native plants and related topics.

In addition, our chapter also hosts plant sales, maintain a garden that features native plants at the Longview Arboretum, and hosts other educational and outreach activities that support our mission throughout the year. Check our calendar for upcoming events and follow us on Facebook!

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