Events

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.

Exploration Green Moth Night

Exploration Green Conservancy 16205 Diana Lane, Houston, TX

Discover what species of moths and other night-flying insects are out and about in Exploration Green! Exploration Green had a great response to Moth Night 2021 so we are bringing it back in 2022! In fact, we are hoping this will be the first of several Moth Nights this summer, to give people more optionsRead More

Free

Conservation Series #3 Event: Pollinator

Desert Door Distellery 211 Darden Hill Rd., DRIFTWOOD, TX

We’re excited to share how you can support native pollinators as we kick off to our first-ever conservation month! Conservation is a core value for Wild Spirit Wild Places and our founding entity, Desert Door. Each year we partner to complete a signature conservation project that promotes responsible stewardship in the great state of Texas.Read More

$50

Storytime: ‘Grassy, Seedy, and Prickly!’ Imagineering

Children's Nature Play Area 8400 NW Military HW, San Antonio

Join our friends Ms. Wendy and Rachel Morris at Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy for fun stories and imagineering about all the things that are grassy, seedy, and prickly! Then let’s have some fun at our nature playground. This is part of a summer Storytime series with Master Naturalist, Wendy Drezek, where little ones can learn,Read More

Free

Stewardship Saturday

Indiangrass Preserve 31975 Hebert Road, Waller, TX

Looking for a way to get your hands dirty and help the prairie? Come join Coastal Prairie Conservancy for a STEWARDSHIP SATURDAY! Volunteers help manage invasive species, plant native plants, and restore prairie habitats. All ages are welcome to participate - no experience necessary!

Free

Social Saturday – Cleanup Frasier Dam

Frasier Dam Recreation Area 9300 Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX

Greenspace Dallas (formerly Groundwork Dallas) is once again teaming up with Trinity River Brewing Company to host a cleanup event at Frasier Dam Recreation Area. Come out to collect trash by foot or hop in one of our canoes! Since the 710-mile Trinity River ends in the Gulf of Mexico, your local effort truly hasRead More

Free

Zip Line Day

Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary 1 Nature Place, McKinney, TX

During Zip Line Days at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary, guests climb a 23-ft. tree to our zip platform then proceed to a 487-ft. zip line. Pre-registration is required.

$12

How Does Your Prairie Grow?

Online

Ever wonder what exactly grows in a prairie? Iris Poteet of the Coastal Prairie Conservancy will focus on native and non-native plants found in the coastal prairie landscape with some discussion on selectively working to control non-native invasive species.

Free

Building Bridges Through Inclusive Storytelling

Online

A webinar with Kristen Berkeley, Founder of Amplify Outdoors About this event Join Kristen Berkeley, Founder of Amplify Outdoors, for a special webinar on inclusive and diverse marketing practices. Using the power of language and imagery, attending this workshop will empower you to create inclusive marketing campaigns that increase outreach to the BIPOC community. AmplifyRead More

Free

Pollinator Day

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 4801 La Crosse Ave., Austin, TX

Did you know pollinators like bees, butterflies, moths, bats, and birds are essential to human survival? The United States Department of Agriculture estimates that almost 80% percent of food crops require pollination by these incredible creatures. Celebrate them at the Wildflower Center's inaugural Pollinator Day on Saturday, July 16. Admission is FREE for everyone!

Free

Nature Talk: What’s Bugging Us Now?

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

Join the Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy at the UEC classroom for a presentation from Master Gardener Susan Porr, a native San Antonian who specializes in insects and vegetables. Learn about the crawling and flying insects we may observe in our home landscapes during summer. Have any photos of unusual insects? Bring the photos of insectsRead More

Free
Recurring

Art Camp with Martha Carson

Texas Botanical Gardens 1219 Fisher Street, Goldthwaite, TX

Martha Carson, a renowned artist, will teach art camp to elementary-aged children in the Texas Botanical Gardens from July 18-20. She is basing her camp on the Keri Smith book, "How to Be an Explorer of the World, Portable Life Museum" and will guide the students to express the world around them in art. NoRead More

Free
Recurring

Art Camp with Martha Carson

Texas Botanical Gardens 1219 Fisher Street, Goldthwaite, TX

Martha Carson, a renowned artist, will teach art camp to elementary-aged children in the Texas Botanical Gardens from July 18-20. She is basing her camp on the Keri Smith book, "How to Be an Explorer of the World, Portable Life Museum" and will guide the students to express the world around them in art. NoRead More

Free
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