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Texan by Nature (TxN) partners with 150+ 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 HERE.

Beautify Texas Awards Nominations Open February 5

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The Beautify Texas Awards recognize efforts made by individuals and organizations to enhance their communities and protect Texas’ environment. These awards range in honoring extraordinary volunteers, professionals, youth, educators, businesses, local/civic governments, organizations, and specific projects and programs. They are organized into two main categories, Individual Awards and Organization Awards. Anyone can nominate a localRead More

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Mental and Physical Benefits of Being Outside

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Webinar with Ken Baum, Department of State Health Services (DSHS)   Join Ken Baum with Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to learn what it offers for Community Health Services, often without any charge. Additionally, a new program has been developed (the first of its kind!) that encourages citizens young and old to utilize greenRead More

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Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Monthly Online Lecture Series “Water Wonks” Lecture #2 Use Of Comprehensive Models For Targeting Green Stormwater Infrastructure.

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Presenter: Dr. Sheeba M. Thomas Dominguez (San Antonio River Authority Senior Technical Engineer). The San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) has been working on the development of comprehensive water quality models, tools, and analysis for more than a decade for quantitative water quality master planning and Best Management Practice (BMP)/Low Impact Development (LID) prioritization ofRead More

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Online Guide Training

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Join Families in Nature (FIN) for our condensed Guide Development Training Program! During this online course, you will learn tips and tricks to confidently and comfortably lead groups of people in the outdoors, including topics like how to manage wildlife and weather, how to use nature as a tool to enhance your time outside, andRead More

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Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance-Monthly Online Lecture Series “Water Wonks” Lecture #3 Integrating Stormwater Ecosystem Services Into Local Governance

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Speaker: Danielle Craig. Graduate Part-Time Instructor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University This research identifies key indicators for stormwater ecosystem services within the comprehensive plans and land development regulations in the Austin-San Antonio Corridor. The rapid urbanization in the Corridor has significant implications for both quality and quantity of stormwater. Identification of key indicatorsRead More

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Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Monthly Online Lecture Series “Water Wonks” Lecture #4 Comparative Analysis of Assured Water Supply Policies and Regulations Across the Western United States and Texas at the Municipal, County, and State Level.

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Speaker: Brenda Chapa- Earthshare Texas Green Leaders Fellow Brenda will be presenting on her recently completed semester-long policy research project for the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance which included a literature review of assured water supply policies, laws, and regulations at the municipal, county, and state level in the Western United States compared to those policiesRead More

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