AT: NTMN Program – Exploring Indigenous Understandings of our Ecological World

Virtual - Webinar

Virtual. North Texas Chapter Texas Master Naturalists is hosting a presentation on Exploring Indigenous Understandings of our Ecological World.  To register visit webpage here. This presentation will help the audience understand worldviews common to Traditional Native spiritual and cultural relationships with the outdoor environment.  This workshop explores the differences between Western Science and Traditional Ecological... Read More →

AT: NPAT Fayette – Climate Models & Forecasts for SE Texas

Virtual - Webinar

Virtual.  Free.  2024 Climate Change and Implications for the Fayette Prairie Ecosystem Webinar Series.  A series of 7 webinars offered on a Thursday monthly/bimonthly from 6pm - 7pm, beginning February 2024. How will climate change impact Texas and the native prairie and savanna ecosystems? How do we plan restorations to be sustainable in 2050? Do... Read More →

Free

AT: Texas Waters Webinar Series – Aquatic and Riparian Restoration in the Chihuahuan Desert

Virtual - Webinar

Aquatic and Riparian Restoration in the Chihuahuan Desert Virtual. Free.  June 12th @ 6:30-7:30 PM CT Jeff Bennett, Habitat Restoration Hydrologist, & Price Rumbelow, Conservation Delivery Specialist with American Bird Conservancy - Rio Grande Joint Venture Part of the Texas Waters Specialist Program Webinar Series 2024 This program is intended to develop a corps of... Read More →

Free

AT: NPSOT Austin – Rain Gardens with Shannon Brown

Virtual - Webinar

Free.  Virtual.  June 18th 7pm - 8pm Given the wonders of rain gardens and the ongoing interest in everything about them, the program portion of NPSOT, Austin’s June 18, Chapter meeting is Rain Gardens. Our presenter is Shannon Brown of Ecosystem Regeneration Artisans. Shannon founded ERA Landscapes to unite talented land stewards on projects that realize... Read More →

AT: TPWD Wildlife Diversity Webinar Series – Reducing White Nose Syndrome Mortality in Texas

Virtual - Webinar

Free. Virtual.  Webex sessions monthly from 12pm - 1pm CST. Texas is home to tens of thousands of native animal and plant species that form the fabric of over 800 habitat types, from bottomland hardwood forests, big tooth maple canyons, to black grama grasslands. Hundreds occur only in Texas and nowhere else in the world.... Read More →

AT: Backyard Bug Hunt Webinar Series – Entomology Topics with Wizzie Brown

Virtual - Webinar

Zoom live webinar series.   Do you love to learn about insects?  Then join Entomologist Wizzie Brown each month on the third Friday at 10am CST for an exciting discussion about creeping things in the backyard. Entomologist Wizzie Brown is a Senior Extension Program Specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.  Brown received a BS in... Read More →

Free

AT: Monarch Conservation Webinar Series – Milkweed and Floral Resource Availability for Monarchs in the US

Virtual - Webinar

Virtual.  Free.  This offering is part of the 2024 Monarch Joint Venture Monarch Conservation Webinar series.  Webinars occur on the 3rd or 4th Tuesday each month and are free.  Registration required, complete registration here. Stay connected with the latest monarch conservation topics by attending our free monthly webinars. This series is a unique opportunity to... Read More →

Free

AT: TPWD Wildlife Diversity Webinar Series – Digitizing Texas’ Botanical Legacy

Virtual - Webinar

Free. Virtual.  Webex sessions monthly from 12pm - 1pm CST. Texas is home to tens of thousands of native animal and plant species that form the fabric of over 800 habitat types, from bottomland hardwood forests, big tooth maple canyons, to black grama grasslands. Hundreds occur only in Texas and nowhere else in the world.... Read More →