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Go Gardening's mission is to help people conserve water in the Edwards and Trinity Aquifers by teaching homeowners how to convert turf grass areas to low-to-no water use landscapes featuring native plants. We hope you learned a lot about enhancing your landscapes in Season One and two of the Go Gardening shows, and we're lookingRead More

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Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

Passadena, Texas Pasadena, TX, United States

Houston Wilderness invites all individuals and corporate groups to volunteer for the Houston Ship Channel TREES program. The HSC TREES program is a multi-year collaborative project facilitated by Houston Wilderness utilizing targeted large-scale tree plantings along the Houston Ship Channel to protect and restore riparian habitat as well as enhance ecosystem services that combat climateRead More

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Oak Cliff Nature Preserve Monthly Workday – February

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve 2875 Pierce St, Dallas, TX, United States

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve (OCNP) is a 121- acre preserve that is well-loved by the people of Dallas. Come assist Texas Land Conservancy in their ongoing effort to maintain this preserve in Dallas, TX.

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Malone Preserve Workday – February

Vivian J. Malone Preserve County Road 1109B, Rio Vista, TX, United States

TLC’s Malone Preserve is located just outside of Rio Vista in North Texas and is not yet open to the public. This workday will focus on habitat restoration and trail maintenance, providing access to the West Prairie and the Overlook Trail.

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Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

Passadena, Texas Pasadena, TX, United States

Houston Wilderness invites all individuals and corporate groups to volunteer for the Houston Ship Channel TREES program. The HSC TREES program is a multi-year collaborative project facilitated by Houston Wilderness utilizing targeted large-scale tree plantings along the Houston Ship Channel to protect and restore riparian habitat as well as enhance ecosystem services that combat climateRead More

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9 Natives Showcase Garden Volunteer Day

9 Natives Showcase Garden 5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX, United States

Join us on the second Monday of each month for the 9 Natives Showcase Garden Volunteer Day! Located outside of the Houston Museum of Natural Science's Cockrell Butterfly Center, this garden brings the beauty of native plants and the coastal prairie to the heart of Houston. We welcome volunteers of all ages and experience toRead More

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Essentials of Gardening

San Antonio Garden Center 3310 North New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, United States

Gardening Essentials - GVST's monthly class to teach the basics of getting your landscape and garden in great shape. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a beginner, this in-person event is perfect for anyone looking to enhance their gardening skills. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from expert gardeners and fellow gardening enthusiasts, who willRead More

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Galveston Bay Foundation Rain Barrel Workshop

Mercer Botanic Gardens 22306 Aldine Westfield Rd, Humble, United States

Galveston Bay Foundation’s Rain Barrel Program works in partnership with Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages to conserve water and reduce stormwater runoff, pollution, and bacteria entering Galveston Bay. This workshop will consist of a supply pickup, hands-on presentation, and Q&A session with Galveston Bay Foundation staff. The presentation will discuss water conservation tools, the environmental benefits ofRead More

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March 2024 Rain Barrel Workshop

Nature Discovery Center 7112 Newcastle St, Bellaire, United States

Join us on Wednesday, March 27th from 5 pm to 6:30 pm at the Nature Discovery Center. The workshop will consist of a supply pickup, hands-on presentation, and Q&A session with Galveston Bay Foundation staff. The presentation will discuss water conservation tools like Water My Yard, the environmental benefits of reducing freshwater usage and collectingRead More

$40

Spring Native Plant Sale

Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary 1 Nature Pl, McKinney, United States

The 35th Annual Spring Native Plant Sale fundraiser at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary will feature a huge selection of native plants, hard-to-find herbs, and well-adapted plants. We'll have a selection of native milkweed plants for Monarch butterflies. All sales during the weekend are tax-free and support the Heard. April 13, 9 A.M.Read More

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BLC Presents: 5 Common Butterflies of Texas and their Host Plants

Butterfly Learning Center 1021 Voelcker Lane, San Antonio, TX, United States

Learn about 5 common butterflies seen in Texas and how you can support their habitat with the plants that are native to Texas and readily available at local nurseries. In this presentation by Emily Hawthorn, you will learn about the butterfly life cycle and the difference between host and nectar plants. You will also seeRead More

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May 2024 Rain Barrel Workshop

Exploration Green Conservancy 16205 Diana Lane, Houston, TX, United States

Join us on Saturday, May 4th from 9 am to 12 pm at Exploration Green (16205 Diana Ln, Houston, TX 77062). The workshop will consist of a supply pickup, hands-on presentation, and Q&A session with Galveston Bay Foundation staff. The presentation will discuss water conservation tools like Water My Yard, the environmental benefits of reducingRead More

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Gardening Essentials 2024 author series (month 4 of 4)

San Antonio Garden Center 3310 North New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, United States

Countering the decline of birds with your backyard Rufus Stephens, co-author with Jan Wrede of "Land Stewardship for Birds: A Guide for Central Texas" will explain how to counter the decline of birds by restoring habitat in our backyards. Legends and Lore of Texas Wildflowers and Trees Presented by poet, puppeteer, storyteller and naturalist MobiRead More

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