Tag Archive: online

  1. BAS Monthly Meeting: New Insights into the Genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler

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    Dr. Giri Athrey, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University, will present new insights into the genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler. With the upcoming species assessment, the speaker and colleagues have undertaken a new study to revisit the genetic status of the species to determine how the populations are faring, and how this information can inform future management decisions.

  2. Spending Strategies for the Child Care Relief Fund

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    Are you looking for ways to improve your Early Childcare Center? Interested in learning how to green your space so children can spend more time outdoors? Join Texas Children in Nature Network and Texas Workforce Solutions to learn about a great option for funding to install an Outdoor Learning environment.

    Join us as we hear from representatives of the Texas Workforce Commission and their Business Coaching partner, Civitas Strategies Early Start, to learn about strategies for spending your 2022 Child Care Relief Funds.

  3. Young Texan Ambassadors Applications Due

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    Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) invites Texans ages 15-25 who are passionate about the environment and community service to apply to The Young Texan Ambassadors (YTA). The YTA program inspires and empowers youth to keep our communities clean and beautiful. Ambassadors will learn how to educate others on litter and environmental efforts, spread awareness and organize efforts in their communities, and become leaders of environmental change.

  4. From Dilemmas to Designing Solutions

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    In this webinar, participants will learn to use a specific process to clearly define and articulate workplace dilemmas and develop a problem of practice. From there, participants will get a tutorial on what and how to use the design process to create a solution to our dilemmas. This is the perfect webinar for the work teams and cohorts to participate in together to find solutions to their specific workplace dilemma(s). Offered twice on August 3rd, 2:00 and 7:00.

  5. From Dilemmas to Designing Solutions

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    In this webinar, participants will learn to use a specific process to clearly define and articulate workplace dilemmas and develop a problem of practice. From there, participants will get a tutorial on what and how to use the design process to create a solution to our dilemmas. This is the perfect webinar for the work teams and cohorts to participate in together to find solutions to their specific workplace dilemma(s). Offered twice on August 3rd, 2:00 and 7:00.

  6. Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course

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    The Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course has a rich tradition and historical place in the programs emanating from the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University. Dating as far back as 1942, Professor John K Riggs started the first in a series of Beef Cattle Short Courses held on the campus of Texas A&M College to discuss the results of beef cattle research from the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station with Texas beef producers. This historical beginning and purpose is still the standard today for the Beef Cattle Short Course held at Texas A&M University. Today the highly respected TAM Beef Cattle Short Course is nationally and internationally recognized as the largest attended beef cattle educational program of its type in the world.

     

    $240 (In Person), $160 (Virtual Only)

  7. Discussion of Birds and Photography from “Wingbeat Atlas”

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    Award-winning poet Lucy Griffith and photographer Ken Butler have created Wingbeat Atlas, a collection of poems and images celebrating Texas birds. The collection has recently been published by FlowerSong Press. Ken will discuss a selection of images from the volume, including the photographic process and the birds themselves. Approved for AAMN AT hours.

  8. Fall Planting with Native Plants Webinar

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    Fall is a great time to get native plants established in San Antonio, and there are few better ways to attract birds to your backyard than by incorporating native plants into your landscape. Join the staff of Mitchell Lake Audubon Center for an introduction to high-value native plants in San Antonio. During this class, we will discuss the benefits of native plants for both birds and people! You will come away from this presentation with practical suggestions for plants to incorporate into your landscape this fall, as well as ideas for additional garden features to help create an inviting space for birds.

  9. Building Bridges Through Inclusive Storytelling

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    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. Amplify Outdoors is a Canadian-based non-profit organization that was established to elevate and encourage diversity in outdoor spaces. (Read More here)

  10. How Does Your Prairie Grow?

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    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.

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