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Texan by Nature (TxN) partners with 100+ conservation organizations across Texas to accelerate conservation action and impact. TxN aggregates and distributes  conservation news and events from the partner network to increase engagement and awareness in conservation efforts. Browse opportunities to get involved with TxN and TxN’s conservation partner network below and use the search bar to find events in your area. See a full list of TxN’s conservation partners.

Spending Strategies for the Child Care Relief Fund

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Are you looking for ways to improve your Early Childcare Center? Interested in learning how to green your space so children can spend more time outdoors? Join Texas Children in Nature Network and Texas Workforce Solutions to learn about a great option for funding to install an Outdoor Learning environment. Join us as we hearRead More

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The Trinity River Bioremediation Demonstration Project

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center 655 Martin Lane, Combine, TX

Originally designed for small streams affected by high levels of E coli and powered by student-made bio-filters, the Trinity River Bioremediation Demonstration that took place between June 15 and July 27 added 22,200 gallons of fermented onion juice to the John Bunker Sands Wetlands. The presentation on August 20 at the Wetland Center will explainRead More

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Bobcat Habitat Selection in the Working Lands of Southern Texas

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Southern Texas rangelands despite having low population densities of people are heavily altered for natural resource extraction and this, in turn, influences how animals perceive and respond to these alterations. In his research, our presenter studies how bobcats select for habitat and how this selection may vary at different spatial scales. Our guest speaker isRead More

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BAS Monthly Meeting: New Insights into the Genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler

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Dr. Giri Athrey, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University, will present new insights into the genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler. With the upcoming species assessment, the speaker and colleagues have undertaken a new study to revisit the genetic status of the species to determine how the populations are faring, and how this information can inform futureRead More

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