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The Cross Timbers Chapter of the Native Plant Society will host Teresa Moss, Executive Director of the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, at 7 p.m. on April 11 at the Cherry Park Community Building, 313 Davis Street in Weatherford. The public is welcome.
The Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, located in Southlake, makes up 758 acres of the Cross Timbers ecosystem. The mission of the Bob Jones Nature Center organization is to preserve local natural resources and history by providing places of compatible recreation and fostering education about our natural environment. The Center offers classes, workshops and educational opportunities for all ages, toddlers through adults. Attend Teresa’s presentation to learn more about the Center.
With over 18 years of experience as an educator and director in the science education field, Teresa Moss has a passion for nature preservation and environmental education. She is a member of the National Science Teachers Association, North American Association for Environmental Education, Cross Timbers Chapter of Master Naturalists, Tarrant County Master Gardner Association and the Texas Association for Environmental Education, to name just a few. Teresa has a Master of Science in Environmental Science (Earth Resource/Ecology Emphasis) and a Master of Education, majoring in Elementary Education (Specialization in Biology) both from Texas Christian University.
The Cross Timbers Chapter of the NPSOT meets second Thursday of the month (except July and December) at Cherry Park Community Center. Its mission is to promote the conservation, research, and utilization of native plants and plant habitats in Texas through education, outreach, and example. For more information visit npsot.org/CrossTimber or contact Eileen Porter 817-596-5567. The public is welcome and light refreshments will be served.