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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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Integrated Toxic Plant Management

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Integrated Pest Management is a balanced, tactical approach to pest control. It involves taking action to prevent pest outbreak, when possible and to prevent excessive damage caused by pests. When the noted pest is toxic plants in native grass and introduced grass pastures, Integrated Toxic Plant Management involves an application of IPM principles, the identificationRead More

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Breaking Play Barriers: How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Let PLAY Lead the Way

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Teacher Workshop with Adrienne F. Hofmann M.Ed, Founder & Director, Nature Play All Day - A Nature and Play-Based Early Childhood Program Play Barriers are the inhibiting beliefs and practices that hinder early childhood educators from embracing play-based learning. Many of these beliefs stem from childhood memories or have even been passed down generation afterRead More

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Upcoming Webinar: Reporting Your Data for Spring Cleanups

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If you've received free supplies from KTB for the Spring 2024 cleanup season, we want your data! You have questions, and we have answers: in this webinar, KTB's Research and Cleanups Program Manager Kirsten Sorensen will give demonstrations on how to submit your data, and will leave ample time for Q&A to help troubleshoot whereRead More

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Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance-Monthly Online Lecture Series “Water Wonks” Lecture #3 Integrating Stormwater Ecosystem Services Into Local Governance

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Speaker: Danielle Craig. Graduate Part-Time Instructor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University This research identifies key indicators for stormwater ecosystem services within the comprehensive plans and land development regulations in the Austin-San Antonio Corridor. The rapid urbanization in the Corridor has significant implications for both quality and quantity of stormwater. Identification of key indicatorsRead More

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Registration is Now Open for the 2024 Keep Texas Beautiful Conference

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The theme for the 2024 virtual KTB conference is “A conference for all Texans.” We’re excited to make the KTB conference more affordable and accessible this year—and welcome more Texans from all corners of the state. The conference will take place over 3 mornings, June 24-26, allowing you to balance conference attendance with work andRead More

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Forest Bathing Research

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Webinar with Brooke Mellen - Founder, Cultured Forest Join Cultured Forest for a webinar looking at the research and recent trends surrounding Forest Therapy practices around the world while also increasing your understanding behind the theories surrounding this Japanese practice. Brooke Mellen who founded Cultured Forest is the presenter and she started the nature basedRead More

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Pond Evaluation and Preparing for a Professional Site Visit

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This webinar will cover how a new or potential pond owner can evaluate an existing pond and identify the potential issues that may need to be addressed. This process starts with determining the management goals for the pond, determining the actual pond size, identifying water sources for the pond, determining the management budget and intensity,Read More

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Texas Parks and Wildlife/ Community Outdoor Outreach Program Grant General Info Session

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Webinar with Jessica Lagalo with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Life is better outside! The Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Community Outdoor Outreach Program (CO-OP) grant provides $5,000- $100,000 in competitive grant awards to organizations that engage underrepresented audiences in outdoor recreation, environmental education, and conservation, in direct partnership with TPWD sites, programs, and resources. CO-OPRead More

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Natural Resource Programs – From Soil to Sky!

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Teacher Workshop with Amber Brown - Conservation Education Specialist, Texas Wildlife Association The Texas Wildlife Association (TWA) strives to bring natural resource, conservation, and wildlife education into the classroom using innovative and quality techniques - all programs, whether a digital lesson, hands-on material, or educator-led activity, are engaging and offered at no cost! During theRead More

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Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Monthly Online Lecture Series “Water Wonks” Lecture #4 Comparative Analysis of Assured Water Supply Policies and Regulations Across the Western United States and Texas at the Municipal, County, and State Level.

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Speaker: Brenda Chapa- Earthshare Texas Green Leaders Fellow Brenda will be presenting on her recently completed semester-long policy research project for the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance which included a literature review of assured water supply policies, laws, and regulations at the municipal, county, and state level in the Western United States compared to those policiesRead More

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Calling all Texans 15-25 yrs old !The Young Texan Ambassador Program 2024-25 Cohort Applicaitons open May 1 until July 15.

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KTB seeks to inspire and empower youth to keep our communities clean and beautiful. Our goal is to provide youth ambassadors with resources on: Information on the importance of litter prevention and other environmental efforts How to engage, spread awareness, and organize efforts in their local communities Become leaders and capacity builders within their communities

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Keeping Texas Waterways Clean Live Webinar

Removing trash from Texas waterways is an important step in protecting our environment, and preventing the flow of litter into the Gulf of Mexico. However, cleaning up waterways - from rivers to lakes, beaches to storm drains - can present unique challenges. Join KTB to learn more about cleaning up waterways in your area, andRead More

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Creation Care: Two Models from Dallas/Fort Worth

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Webinar with Claire Howell, Founder and Director of Creation Care at Disciple City Church & Reverend Mel Callaway, Creation Care Ministry at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church. We know access to food, nature, and resources is a limiting factor for many people, including children. This webinar will focus on the stories of two faith-based CreationRead More

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