Building Prairies, Lawns and Meadows with Native Plants and Soil Microbes:
… at the George W Bush Presidential Library
… at the MD Anderson Cancer Center
Concerning the Erath County Prairie and Williamson County Pecan Understory, Betsy Ross says her job is to fix the soil, to return the soil to its functioning ecological state. Her expertise and favorite work is in restoring native pastures and prairies across Texas while engaging the use of ‘below-ground’ soil microbes.

Betsy is the CEO of Sustainable Growth Texas, LLC, a biological service company working throughout Texas and Partner in ‘Betsy Ross Grass-fed Beef’’ on the family farm east of Granger, Texas. She often speaks at ecological, natural growing events. Betsy holds an MBA from the University of Texas.

The January 20, 2015 meeting 7-9 PM will take place in the administration building of the Tarrytown United Methodist Church, 2601 Exposition Blvd., Austin, TX 78703. The administration building is on the southeast corner of Greenlee and Exposition. There is parking in the garage, which also has an elevator. You can enter the garage from Greenlee; look for the signs leading you to the second-floor meeting room. Arrive at 6:30 PM for snacks and seed exchange.

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