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Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center – Nature in your Park

Virginia Weaver Park 631 Somerset Dr., Cedar Hill, TX

Part of our 10th Anniversary Special Event Series - Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 4th at 8:30 am, to join an Audubon educator for a guided bird tour at Virginia Weaver Park. Meet in between the bathroom and the playground. This is intended for all ages and beginner levels of people who want toRead More

Texas Watershed Coordinator Roundtable

Online

This Texas Watershed Coordinators Roundtable online meeting will include two panels: an agency panel for program updates and a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension panel discussing continued engagement with stakeholders in response to COVID-19. A breakout room session and a group discussion focusing on programming responses to stakeholder engagement will occur after the panels. Afterward, aRead More

GCAA Webinar 1: Prep with Help from Past Winners

Online

Learn tips and tricks for applying for the Governor’s Community Achievement Award (GCAA) from past winners Duncanville and Friendswood. If you plan on applying for GCAA in the future, you'll want to sit in on this webinar. You do not need to be a KTB affiliate to apply or take part in this webinar.

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center – Site History Webinar

Online

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center has a rich history. The lake, once a sewage lagoon, is directly in the path of the Central Flyway, a natural migratory bird route. Listen as we go over the history of our land and water, how our lake system was formed, and how the lakes have gone from sewage sitesRead More

GCAA Webinar 2: Tackling the Online Application

Online

The 2022 Governor’s Community Achievement Award (GCAA) application opens online Monday, January 3rd. Are you ready to apply? In this webinar, you will learn the history of GCAA and KTB's role with the program, updates to the GCAA application due to COVID-19, and the ins and outs of applying using the online application. If yourRead More

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