NEXT CHAPTER MEETING:   Monday, February 6, 2017 starting at 6:30 pm

ProgramHidden Variation in Texas Wildflowers:  Tales from Spiderwort and Wild Onion by Kate L. Hertweck, Ph.D.
Dr. Hertweck is an Assistant Professor at The University of Texas at Tyler, Department of Biology.  She will speak about the research she has performed on spiderwort (Tradescantia) and wild onion (Allium) and interesting genetic patterns here in Texas.


The chapter meets at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Nature Center at 11942 FM 848 (Bascom Hwy) in Tyler, Texas on the first Monday of the month, Sept-May; second Monday if the first Monday is a holiday. Meetings begin at 6:30 pm with a program followed by refreshments and a short business meeting. Meetings are open to the public. Several field trips are offered throughout the year.

5:00 Dinner at Posados Cafe, 2500 E. Fifth St. Tyler

6:30 Meeting at Nature Center

Directions: In Tyler take Loop 323 to SH 248 (southeast of Tyler). Go east on SH 248 past the UT Tyler Campus to FM 848 (about 3 miles). Turn right on FM 848 and travel 0.7 mile. The Nature Center is on the right.