​General Membership Meetings

STBCTMN meetings are open to the public.

​One Hour Advanced Training for

TMN Members in attendance.

 

Meetings are third Monday of the month.  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.  Currently due to COVID-19, meetings are held online.

See our Facebook Page for details.

6:00 p.m.  Meet and Greet

6:30 p.m.  Guest Speaker

7:30 p.m.   Business Meeting

8:00 p.m.   Adjourn

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​Board Meetings

STBCTMN members are welcome to attend the board meetings to stay informed about the decisions made by the officers and board.

 

Board of Directors Meeting are held second Monday of the month, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Meetings are held online, if members wish to attend, please contact a board member to get an invite email to the online meeting.

2018 Annual Financial Report

Project Form

 

Have an idea for a project we should help out with?  Let us know in the form below.

Member Information

Membership dues for 2021 are due January 1

  Deadline for 2021 membership renewal is March 31.

Payments can be mailed or paid online.  Basic dues are $15.00 per year. You can increase your support of the chapter and it's mission by becoming a supporting, sponsoring, sustaining or life member.

Checks should made payable to STBCTMN and can be mailed to STBCTMN Treasurer, PO Box 3054, San Juan, TX  78589 or brought to any STBCTMN meeting.

If paying by mail, complete the dues form and submit with your payment.

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Report your Volunteer and AT Hours

 

Hours for volunteer and AT opportunities can be submitted through the Statewide TMN Website.  Read the VMS Volunteer Guide for help using the site. 

Having problems with your VMS account? Contact Mary Hroscikoski for help.

Useful Resources/Links

There's always something new to learn about nature and conservation.  Below are links leading to fascinating articles, studies or stories that pertain to the environmental field.

If you find an interesting article to share, send the link to STBCTMN Webmaster.

STBCTMN Mega List of Resource Links.  Four pages of Rio Grande Valley resources with live links.  Check it out!

Check the RGVCTMN Feeder Cam at Sabal Palm.  You'll have to wait through an ad but then the camera has real time action!

An Expert's take on How to Prevent the Next Extinction.  Read the interview from Audubon.

In 2002 a massive flood on the Guadalupe River formed Canyon Lake Gorge.  A mini Grand Canyon was ripped into the Glen Rose limestone of the Cretaceous Period.  Tours are available.

The USGS Polinator Library has information on insect polinators.  Learn more about he polinator of the month!