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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.

Bexar Audubon Society Monthly Meeting

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

Join us Wednesday, January 25 at Alamo Colleges District, 2222 N. Alamo, for a presentation about Hog Island Audubon Camp in Maine from Audubon employees Yvette Stewart and Corina Solis who experienced the camp this past summer. We will also hear from Alexis Baum, a graduate student at UTSA, about how we can help withRead More

Free

Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

TX

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 providing ecosystem services that combat climateRead More

Free

Nature Walk: Climate Change

Phil Hardberger Park 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX

Join us for a nature walk led by Alamo Area Master Naturalist, Educator, and Geologist: Gary Poole! In this program, Gary will talk about the science behind climate change and understanding the effects already occurring globally, and focus on Texas in particular. This talk is part of our monthly 4th Saturday Nature Walk series providedRead More

Free

What Clues for Prevention are in Local Litter?

Online

Study, Track, remOve and Prevent (STOP) is a survey method to gather data on types and abundance of litter. STOP consists of measuring a 100 ft (or less) transect, picking up all trash larger than a cigarette butt in that area, then cataloging items. Participants enter surveys into the Texas Litter Database (txlitter.org) where itRead More

Free

Webinar: Moving the Needle Forward

Online

Defenders is excited to present our Black History Month webinar series. Join us for our first presentation, “Moving the Needle Forward” on Wednesday, February 1st at 3:00pm CT! Join keynote speaker David Buggs, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, as he kicks off the web series A Conversation onRead More

Free

What Clues for Prevention are in Local Litter?

Online

Study, Track, remOve and Prevent (STOP) is a survey method to gather data on types and abundance of litter. STOP consists of measuring a 100 ft (or less) transect, picking up all trash larger than a cigarette butt in that area, then cataloging items. Participants enter surveys into the Texas Litter Database (txlitter.org) where itRead More

Free

First Saturday Bird Walk

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

Join us for a morning of birding! Regardless of your ability or knowledge of birding, all are welcome for this bird walk led by master birders. Online registration required.

$10

Marysee Prairie Monthly Workday – February

Marysee Prairie 30.254899°, -94.6800920176°, TX

Marysee Prairie is one of the last remnants of tallgrass prairie in the Big Thicket region. Come assist Texas Land Conservancy in their ongoing effort to revive and maintain the native grasses and wildflowers on this site near Batson, Texas. Work tasks vary by month, but they involve controlling the regrowth of woody species andRead More

Free

Family, Outdoors: Oak Loop Trail Walk

Urban Ecology Center 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX

Bring some friends or the whole family for a morning walk in the park! We'll set out from the Urban Ecology Center and walk to along the Oak Loop Trail for approximately 1-mile round trip. The oak loop trail is completely unpaved and is a bit rougher than our other trails, but it's a greatRead More

Free

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve Monthly Workday – February

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve 2875 Pierce St, Dallas, TX

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve (OCNP) is a 121-acre preserve in the heart of the Oak Cliff neighborhood and well-loved by the people of Dallas, especially the hiking and mountain biking community. Please arrive by 8:45am to get registered and bring closed-toed shoes and a water bottle. We'll have work gloves and all the tools you'llRead More

Free

ACCESS Water Community Science Teacher Workshop

Meadows Center for Water and the Environment 201 San Maros Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX

Educators who work with middle school and high school students are invited to an ACCESS Water Community Science Teacher Workshop Feb. 4 in San Marcos. The workshop is free and open to informal and formal educators.

Free

Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

4000 Kelley St, Houston, TX 77026 4000 Kelley St, Houston, TX

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 enhancing ecosystem services that combat climateRead More

Free
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