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Lower Pecos Canyonlands Expert to Speak at Lindheimer Master Naturalists Meeting

Image courtesy of The White Shaman Mural, published by the University of Texas Press.

Guide Jim Sievers discusses Art & Archaeology in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands at 7 p.m.Thursday, July 15 at the Lindheimer Chapter Texas Master Naturalists’ monthly meeting at Tye Preston Memorial Library, 16311 South Access Rd., Canyon Lake.

The meeting is open to the public. To attend virtually, non-members should email LindheimerMNContact@gmail.com.

Sievers has studied ancient cultures for more than 30 years and also worked as a tour guide for the Witte Museum in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands, home to ancient Lower Pecos People who created a culture and rock art in southwest Texas.

About Texas Master Naturalist Lindheimer Chapter

The group’s mission is to develop a corps of well-trained master volunteers who provide education, outreach and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural areas and resources in Comal County. Since founding in 2000, the Lindheimer master naturalists have contributed over 202,000 volunteer hours to Comal County and Texas Hill Country residents. In 2020, 183 active members contributed 15,550 volunteer hours and earned 2,268 advanced training hours. To become a master naturalist, click here. Applications for the 2022 class open on Oct. 1.

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