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Texan by Nature (TxN) partners with 150+ 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 HERE.

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Unstructured play in LiiNK Schools for Positive Health Benefits in Children

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Due to state and federal funding, U.S. schools are focused on testing and learning outcomes, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, teachers and administrators feel that children are significantly more aggressive than ever before. Overwhelming children with increased loads of learning content and long days in the classroom may not be the answer. Rather, children needRead More

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July Monthly Meeting: Restoring and Creating Pollinator Habitats by Dr. Sean Griffin

Alamo Colleges District Conference Room 2222 N. Alamo, San Antonio, TX, United States

Dr. Sean Griffin is the Director of Science and Conservation at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, where he leads research focused on large-scale habitat restoration in Texas and the conservation of rare and declining plants. Sean will discuss two ongoing pollinator restoration projects at the LBJ Wildflower Center and throughout north-central Texas. With overRead More

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Schools That Heal: Design with Mental Health in Mind

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What would a school look like if it was designed with mental health in mind? Too many public schools look and feel like prisons, designed out of fear of vandalism and truancy. But we know that nurturing environments are better for learning. Research consistently shows that access to nature, big classroom windows, and open campusesRead More

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1st Wednesday Dark Sky Place Coaching

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Are you helping your local community, park, reserve, sanctuary, or urban park apply as an International Dark Sky Place? Or are you starting to think about it? Either way, this is the gathering where you can connect with others doing the same thing and be coached by DarkSky Texas volunteers who have experience with IDSPRead More

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Families in Nature Condensed Online Guide Training

Online

Join Families in Nature (FIN) for our condensed Guide Development Training Program! During this online course, you will learn tips and tricks to confidently and comfortably lead groups of people in the outdoors, including topics like how to manage wildlife and weather, how to use nature as a tool to enhance your time outside, andRead More

$250

Getting Ready for Fall Sweep Webinar

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Please join KTB for an orientation to the Fall Sweep Cleanup Season. We’ll cover the basics (supply requests, best practices, and the Texas Litter Database) and hear about successes from guest affiliates. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to ask all of your burning questions about cleanups!

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A New Take on Community Gardens: Training Citizen Gardeners

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Across the state, children’s obesity levels continue to increase. During this webinar, learn what the Dallas County Health and Human Services Department in partnership with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension are doing to mitigate this trend. We will cover county demographics, general information related to the county’s health and chronic diseases, strategies under way to improveRead More

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August Monthly Meeting: Cats Indoors: Better for Cats, Better for Birds, Better for People

Alamo Colleges District Conference Room 2222 N. Alamo, San Antonio, TX, United States

Do you love your pet cat AND wild birds? Do you want to know how to keep them and the family you love safe? Then the best place for your pet is indoors. Grant Sizemore, Director of Invasive Species Programs for The American Bird Conservancy (ABC), will tell us how ABC’s “Cats Indoors” program providesRead More

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Leopold Live! – Wild Pig Management

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Leopold Live! is back with Chapter Two, Episode 19 - Wild Pig Management, and will stream on August 29th at 12:00pm CST. Leopold Live! began as a live-streaming seminar series conducted in partnership with the Selah, Bamberger Ranch Preserve (Bamberger) to demonstrate to natural resource students, landowners and wildlife enthusiasts the original 5 creative methodsRead More

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Using Nature in Times of Grief

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Feelings of grief are part of life as we move through significant transitions, say goodbye to loved ones, or enter a new season of life. Join us to find out how nature can provide a pathway to healing, processing emotions, and as a source of comfort. This webinar will help you identify key elements youRead More

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Return of the Natives: Restoring Native Grasslands in Non-native, Invasive Bluestems & Bermudagrass Webinar

Online

This presentation will provide an overview of the history of non-native invasive grasses, identification, and three levels of management approaches for restoring native grasslands. Participants will recall the history associated with non-native, invasive bluestems and bermudagrass. Participants will be able to define monoculture and identify non-native, invasive bluestems and bermudagrass. Participants will be able toRead More

$35

Icky Sticky Science Investigation

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The scientific method is a required part of TEKS curriculum, but coming up with creative ways to conduct experiments can be difficult. This workshop will walk teachers through our TEKS aligned lesson plan from start to finish, challenging your class to examine a real-world problem using Study, Track, remOve and Prevent (STOP) surveys! STOP isRead More

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