If you enjoy getting your hands dirty for a good cause, we could use your help in preserving the native habitat throughout the park. Weed Warriors meet every Wednesday at various locations. To join the email list, please sign up to learn more.
Monday, September 11 — Clear Lake Chapter Meeting — Learn about the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s Native Plants of North America resource.
Join us for our monthly chapter meeting to learn about the impact of the non-native Chinaberry tree on our native aquatic species. Chapter meeting at 1:30, presentation at 2 pm.
Habitat volunteers help weed and mulch flower beds, plant native plants, maintain pathways, and trim trees and bushes.
Second Saturday Workday 9:00am-Noon, Cibolo Nature Center Demonstration Gardens. Please bring hat, work gloves, water, sunscreen, insect repellent.
Clear Lake Chapter - Seed Propagation class taught by Martha Richeson and Marty Shows at EIH. A UHCL parking permit is necessary.
Community Class taught by Deedy Wright, location Canyon High School. Learn the many services native plants provide us and our environment to make ourlives better. Find out why natives are surging in popularity right now. You must register at: https://comalisd.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf%5bcategory%5d=14
Comal County Conservation Alliance: Program-"The Long Game: Creating lasting conservation in a high growth region", presented by Katherine Romans
Open to any members who help manage content on their chapter or committee website.No registration required. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 897 7771 6314Passcode: &dscT=3F
Please join us at the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's native demonstration garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Craig Bruska at email@example.com for details and to confirm the workday.
Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) Executive Board meetings occur monthly and any member may attend. Contact the Executive Director prior to the meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom and applicable document links. Please be prepared to follow the Visitor's Executive Meeting Protocol.
Planning meeting for the fall plant sale.
Join NPSOT-Williamson County on Thursday, September 14, 2023, when our featured topic will be Seed Saving for Native Plants with Colleen Dieter. Free and open to the public. The meeting begins at 7:00 PM. Our guest speaker’s presentation begins after a short business meeting. About our topic: Who, what, when, where, why and HOW to save […]
Applications to the Clear Lake Chapter's Native Pollinator Habitat Grant Program will be accepted through September 15.
Wise County Fairgrounds, Women's Building, 3101 FM 51, Decatur, TX 76234 Visit our information booth and talk to our volunteers about the value and ease of a native landscape. Plan to join our speaker discussing how adding native plants to your landscape can support our local pollinators and other critters, improve your soil and reduce […]
Join us at the nature center to learn all about native plants and pollinators and how you can become a pollinator champion and help them on their life journeys.
This family-friendly event will feature classes and exhibits on sustainability with a focus on how easy it is to be more eco-friendly right here at home.
Stop by our NICE booth to learn about the native plants available and how you can use them in your yard.
Reach out and help educate the public at the Montgomery County Home and Garden Show this weekend Sept 16-17, Lone Star Convention Center. Signup for a shift to relieve Patti and/or hone your native plant spiel by working with Patti Thompson, Outreach Chairperson and one of the best with folks who have not yet awakened to the value of […]
During the tour, participants will have the opportunity to: This is a free, members only event. A registration link will be sent to you mid- August
Hosted by Tonkawa Chapter at the Salado Community Center Presentation and Book Signing Featuring Author W. Rufus Stephens New! Renamed and expanded to cover more than 100 counties of Central Texas, Land Stewardship for Birds is a how-to handbook that explains strategies used to restore and maintain healthy bird habitat.