MCTMN’ers have been working with the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve since 2009 to survey vegetation on the Fennessey Ranch and collect data on how it changes over time. We spend two days each spring and fall on this project and survey several types of habitats: improved pasture and a Mesquite motte nearby, native prairie, lakeside, riverine, and riparian.
Do you know something of native forbs and grasses, but would like to learn more? Would you enjoy volunteering on a property that is off-limits to most of the public? Contact the Projects Director to find out more and volunteer.