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SEAM Series: Ice Cream Science!

Headwaters at the Comal 333 E Klingemann St, New Braunfels, United States

Join Professor Graybeard for a fun exploration of the science behind your favorite summertime treat!


EPIC Think and Drink at Desert Door Distillery

Desert Door Distellery 211 Darden Hill Rd., DRIFTWOOD, TX, United States

Join EPIC (Emerging Professionals in Conservation) for a fun-filled Hill Country happy hour at Desert Door Distillery in Driftwood, Texas! While we sip some delicious sotol, we'll learn from Wild Spirit Wild Places CEO, Karen Looby, about Desert Door's commitment to sustainability and environmental conservation through their nonprofit, which was established to protect these dwindlingRead More


Austin Tree of the Year Award Nominations

Austin, TX Austin, Texas

The Austin Tree of the Year Awards are back! If you love trees and nature in Austin, Texas, Tree of the Year is for you. Each year, our community nominates trees in the following categories: Large Tree - Can’t wrap your arms around it Small Tree - Can wrap your arms around it Schoolyard TreeRead More


Dallas Zoo Dollar Day Presented by Whataburger

The Dallas Zoo 650 S. R.L. Thornton Freeway Dallas, TX 75203 650 S. R.L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas, United States

Join us for this year’s Dollar Days Presented by Whataburger! These are some of our biggest and wildest days, but they are also some of our favorites! Dollar Days are our way of giving back, making the Zoo accessible for all, and saying “thank you” to our amazing community that supports us year-round. These days sell outRead More


Busy Li’l Bees

Goldthwaite Pavilion 1014 3rd Street, Goldthwaite, United States

Designed for children under 6 and a parent, this unique program teaches about the ancient Paleoindians through doing, making, singing, and exploring on July 5, 12, and 19.


Paint by Nature Workshop

Armand Bayou Nature Center 8500 Bay Area Blvd., Pasadena, TX, United States

ABNC’s multi-talented Volunteer Coordinator, Jessica Lamb is also a gifted artist! Combining her love for nature and art, she skillfully guides our Paint by Nature workshops. In these fun workshops you can learn about and paint ABNC wildlife! Beginners and hobbyists are welcome! Registration is required. $40 non-members, $35 ABNC members


Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Water Wonks Lecture Series #7: The Effectiveness of Using Green Stormwater Infrastructure for Meeting Urban Challenges


Lee Marlowe-Sustainable Landscape Ecologist at the San Antonio River Authority is a restoration ecologist with over 25 years of professional experience working in the field of ecological restoration and natural resource management including sustainable landscape practices and applications for improved ecological functions. Lee will highlight urban demonstration projects and their effectiveness at meeting many ofRead More


4th Saturday Nature Walk: Walk in Nature like a Poet

Urban Ecology Center in Phil Hardberger Park 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX, United States

Local poet, teacher and naturalist Mobi Warren combines a deep love for nature and poetic expression as she leads the walk. Ms. Warren shares her original poems, as well as poems of other poets to inspire participants to express nature in words. Bring paper and a pen. This 1.5 mile walk will be slow-paced andRead More


PHPC Members Event: Cat Chat

Urban Ecology Center in Phil Hardberger Park 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX, United States

Join us for lunch and hear all about living with bobcats on a South Texas Ranch from wildlife photographer Karine Aigner, as she chronicles living with bobcats through stunning imagery. Then hear from a panel of experts on coexistence with wild cats in urban areas, moderated by Karine Aigner. Free for Members; $25 to join


Geospatial Tools and Resources for Texas Landowners


We’ve all heard the saying; a picture is worth 1,000 words. In this webinar, we will present geospatial tools and digital resources to help landowners paint good pictures to inform land management and stewardship decisions. Through geospatial science, we can provide key information for Texas landowners through the power of a “good map”.


East Texas Conservation Expo 2024

Polk County Commerce Center 1017 US-59 Loop N, Livingston, United States

The Piney Wood Lakes Chapter and Polk County Commerce Center are excited to introduce The East Texas Conservation Expo! This groundbreaking community event will feature educational programs, workshops, product displays and demonstrations by agricultural, timber, water resource and recreation producers, suppliers and agencies. Join us on September 14 as participating organizations showcase technology, conservation sustainable practices andRead More


Regen Ag School 2024

Dixon Leo Ranch 5190 County Road 398, Decatur, TX, United States

Don’t miss this rare opportunity at the award-winning Dixon Water Foundation Leo Ranch to gain comprehensive knowledge in Holistic Management® that will help create more land health and financial success on your ranch or farm. This school is for you if you’re interested in farming, ranching, land conservation, or urban agriculture and want to improveRead More