See the Chapter Album
for more chapter photos.
2006 Field Trip for Austin Nature Day
As part of Austin Nature Day on 4/15, we led a Field Trip and Guided Hike of
Native plants and wildlife were identified and the advantages of
landscaping with native plants were discussed, especially with
regard to beauty, wildlife, and water quality and conservation.
Volunteers: Lisa Spangler, Jason Spangler
2006 Sign and Kiosk Installation
On 4/2 we installed the kiosk and two signs on the posts that were installed
last volunteer day.
Thanks to our volunteers: Jean Davison, Lisa Spangler, Jason Spangler
2006 Volunteer Day
Thanks to everyone who came out to Brodie Wild on Sunday 2/19 and
volunteered in spite of the foul weather! If you volunteered
name is missing from the list below, please email me and let me know so
I can add it.
We accomplished lots, including:
- Installed the 6 posts for the 2 signs and the kiosk
(involved jackhammering all six holes and concrete)
- Planted ~140 native plants: Liatris, Little Bluestem, Bushy
Bluestem, Eastern Gamagrass
- Planted 4 bags of native plant seed: Prairie Parsley,
- Collected ~15 bags of trash plus some large items
- Cut lots of Ashe Juniper
Thanks to our volunteers: Kirsti Harms, Rebecca S. Hill, Roger Myers, Leslie Bush,
Melanie Palmer, George Murphy, Savannah Murphy, Scott Lenharth, Coby
Dinges, Lisa Spangler, Jason Spangler
Move your mouse over the image to see the common name of the plant.
Sink Hole in Spring 2006
The larger sinkhole with and after standing water.
February 2004 Volunteer Day
Thanks to everyone who volunteered on one of our first volunteer days!