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Clear Lake Chapter

Chapter Meeting: Native Plant Society of Texas—Who are we and what can we do for you?

Monday, February 12 • 6:45 p.m.
Online Meeting

Please join us for our chapter meeting on Zoom!

6:35 Meeting Opens
6:45 Business Meeting
6:55 Plant of the Month
7:00 Guest Speaker

Our February speaker will give an overview of programs offered at the state level, and the perks, events, and benefits that local chapters provide. Carol Clark will cover the Native Landscape Certification Program, grants and scholarships, Texas Native Plants magazine, the annual symposium, and the Bring Back the Monarchs to Texas program, along with a host of fun things like field trips, plant sales, and plant rescue digs. Some of the Society’s online resources offered will also be featured.

About the Speaker

Carol Clark is an amateur botany enthusiast, a Texas Master Naturalist, and longtime member of the Native Plant Society of Texas. She chairs the Bring Back the Monarchs to Texas committee for NPSOT. She and her husband own and operate Clark Haven, a wildlife preserve and custom wildflower seed business in Cooke County. Carol grew up with a nature photographer father and wildlife artist brother and has spent much of her life looking around in the great outdoors. Her favorite things to do are leading discovery walks in local natural areas and finding and photographing interesting plants.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

This is a FREE EVENT, but please register to join the meeting and participate in the Q&A. This meeting may also be live streamed on our Facebook page.

Meetings are open to members and non-members. If you would like to become a member, you may join online. For more information about the Native Plant Society of Texas and the benefits of membership please visit: www.npsot.org.

Hosted by the Environmental Institute of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake.