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NTMN May Chapter Meeting
Go Texan: How to transform your yard from invasive dreariness into an oasis of hope

This presentation will walk you through how I went about replacing a yard full of Bermuda grass with a native pocket prairie. I’ll be sharing methods, alternatives, hints, tips, lessons learned and resources.

About Lorelei Stierlen
Retired Senior Principal Electrical Engineer, now a full-time environmental scientist (MS Johns Hopkins University, minor in pedology (soil science)). At the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center (BPRC), I serve as the chair of the Blackland Prairie Ecosystem Conservation and Restoration Committee. I have been a Blackland Prairie Texas Master Naturalist (BPTMN) member since 2014. I am an officer on the boards of the BPRC and the Native Plant Society of Texas Collin County Chapter. I have been teaching soil science to Plano Senior High School students and the BPTMN classes for the past four years.

Schedule:
6:30pm Meeting Opens for Tech Check and Camera Roll
7:00pm Chapter Announcements
Approximately 7:20 Speaker Presentation
Approximately 8:30 - 8:45 Meeting Ends

May 4, 2022 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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