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Beyond a Land Acknowledgement

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How can we move beyond a Land Acknowledgement toward support, inclusion, and belonging of Native American and Indigenous families and communities? Join us for an Equity Spotlight on Native AmericanRead More

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Fun with Fungus: Teaching Basic Mycology

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The Basic Mycology 1A class will cover an intro to Kingdom Fungi for youth educators, that will include taxonomy, anatomy/life cycle, ecological roles, the importance of fungi, and will focusRead More

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GCAA Webinar with Texas Downtown

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For more than thirty years, Keep Texas Beautiful, in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), has awarded the prestigious Governor’s Community Achievement Awards to Texas communities for theirRead More

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Minimizing Drift on Grazing Lands

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This drift minimization program will discuss the two basic types of drift: particle drift and vapor drift. Physical characteristics of spray solutions, factors that influence drift, and applicator influence onRead More

$35

Environmental Education – Measuring Impacts for Growth

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Webinar with Kelly Albus, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Texas Water Resources Institute and Michelle Wood-Ramirez, Tarrant Regional Water District Environmental education programs are included in nearly all sustainable resource managementRead More

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Go Gardening Videos

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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 featuringRead More

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