Texan by Nature Symposia Series

Making Big Ideas Bigger. Much Bigger.

Photo credit: Grant Miller

Our symposia series identifies key topics related to natural resource conservation. The series connects experts, scholars, and policymakers to hold discourse on emergent issues and results in productive partnerships, research, and funding.

South-Central Monarch Symposium

Working toward a comprehensive partner conservation strategy for the South-Central Great Plains region to aid in the recovery of the monarch butterfly.

A Natural Connection: Exploring Positive Outcomes in Health and Healing Through Nature

Nature is a powerful force that provides positive benefits to health – a fact supported by growing research linking exposure to nature with health and wellness. Thus, it follows that conserving nature is vital to the long-term health and well-being of our society. Accordingly, Houston Methodist & Texan by Nature co-hosted a symposium to discuss and identify gaps in the science around theRead More