One of the reasons I haven’t been able to blog much lately is I have been a busy volunteer. Here’s some more I’m working on!
by Sue Ann Kendall
Members of our group have been working with members of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail Association in preparation for the organization’s annual conference in October, which will be in Milam County at Apache Pass. They are creating a brochure to show wildflowers that you’d see growing on the trail.
The committee has been meeting for a few weeks, and I’d been trying to come (but it’s hard to get time off during work hours!). This week I was able to attend their meeting and see what they’ve been up to. I met with John Pruett from the trail association, along with Linda Jo Conn, Joyce Conner, Catherine Johnson, and Ann Collins.
Wow, so much work has been done! Our Master Naturalist group has spent years gathering data on plants found on the El…
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