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2022 Rainmaker of the Year Award Dinner

The Bullock Texas State History Museum 1800 Congress Ave, Austin, TX

The Texas Rainmaker Award acknowledges exceptional leaders who are making lasting impacts in Texas water. There are few Texas champions that have impacted Texas water as much as L'Oreal Stepney. She has served in leadership positions at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for nearly three decades and was named Deputy Executive Director in 2020.Read More

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Native Plant Society of Texas Fall Symposium

Alpine Civic Center 801 W Holland Ave, Alpine, TX

Native Plant Society of Texas Hybrid Fall Symposium will focus on the native plants of the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas. The annual symposium is being held in Alpine, Texas on September 22 - 25 and will highlight native vegetation communities found in the Trans-Pecos region. Includes field trips! Members and non-members who do notRead More


Water, Texas Film Fesitval

AFS Cinema 6259 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin

We’re looking for films that have to do with water in Texas. The rest is up to you. The purpose of the Water, Texas film festival is to give filmmakers the creative flexibility to communicate their stories about water. We aim to inspire the creation of diverse, informative, unique, funny, and thought-provoking films. We wantRead More