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Native Plant Society of Texas

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Abbie Ince-Hendrickson

I was originally born in the dusty plains of Lubbock, TX. For my undergraduate degree, I attended Texas A&M University in College Station, receiving a B.S. in Microbiology, with emphasis

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Beth Erwin

NPSOT Williamson County Chapter President 2021-2023 Louisiana native with a B.S. in Horticulture. Charter member of the Louisiana Native Plant Society. Retired in 2017 as curator of a private nature

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Bob Dailey

Writer and lecturer on native plants, water conservation, soil conservation, and organics. In addition to listed Presentations, contact Bob if you’re interested in 2 additional presentations he’s currently working on:

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Carol Clark

Carol Clark is an amateur botany enthusiast, a Texas Master Naturalist, a longtime member of the Native Plant Society of Texas, and is a Conservation Specialist with Monarch Watch. She

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Charlotte Reemts

Charlotte Reemts is an ecologist and science project director with The Nature Conservancy’s Texas Chapter where she has studied ecosystems across Texas since 2005. She works with natural areas and

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Cherie Colburn

A professional landscape designer and native Texan, Cherie has designed hundreds of low-maintenance commercial and residential landscape designs since 1994 through her company, Nature’s Tapestry. She’s also helped create schoolyard

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Cheryl Hamilton

Cheryl has been a member of the San Antonio Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas since 2008 and has also been an Alamo Area Master Naturalist since 2007.

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David Will

B Sc. Agriculture Ed. Texas A&M University; M A Agriculture Sam Houston State University; Texas Certified Landscape Professional #2.; Native Plant Society of Texas member over 30 years receiving the

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Deedy Wright

Deedy Wright is a life-long Texas gardener. Her particular interests are native plants, xeriscape, and invasive plants. She has been an active member of the Native Plant Society of Texas

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