Brodie Wild, a 4.4 acre water quality protection property at the corner of Slaughter Lane and Brodie Lane, is a cooperative project between the Austin chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas, the Native Prairies Association of Texas, and the City of Austin Water and Wastewater Department Wildlands Conservation Division.

Our goals are protecting water quality, restoring native vegetation and habitat, and educating the public about how to garden with native plants to protect water quality and reduce water usage.  To meet these goals, we will educate via field trips, handouts, and a kiosk, and restore and maintain the site as a Edwards Plateau (Hill Country) savanna.

Brodie Wild lies in the Edwards Plateau near its intersection with the Blackland Prairie and the Grand Prairie (i.e. part of the Cross Timbers and Prairies) regions of Texas.

News and Notices

  • Photos of Brodie Wild, recent field trips and volunteer days, and the signs and kiosk are now online on the Photo page!
  • Volunteers are needed for restoration, planting, trash pickup, and other activities!  Send email to the chapter coordinator if you are interested!


  • Receive email notification of upcoming field trips and volunteer days by subscribing to the BrodieWild mailing list.
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  • Jerry Mayfield, chapter coordinator

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