Category Archives: Advanced Training Blog

National Wildflower Week – May 1 – 7, 2017

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center National Wildflower Week During National Wildflower Week, the Center celebrates its reason for every season by offering guided walks in our gardens and at nature sites around Austin; we also provide on-site photo opportunities and educational activities for families.

April 12 CER Lunchtime Lecture

    Wednesday NOON to 1pm at The PARD Senior Activity Center-Lamar 29th St + 2874 Shoal Crest Ave, South Room Center for Environmental Research Lunchtime Lecture by Kevin M. Anderson 2017 Lunchtime Lectures – Understanding Urban Nature: Ecology, Culture, and the American City April 2017 Lunchtime Lecture –The Elemental City: Cycles, Services, and Urban Ecology A city is a built landscape designed to support dense populations of humans. Urban ecologists, engineers, architects, and environmental managers approach urban nature as a functional component of the urban landscape. They study the… Read More →

NPSOT Monthly Meeting – April 13

The Native Plant Society of Texas, Williamson County Chapter will meet at 7 pm at the Georgetown Library on 8th Street,  Thursday, April 13.   The program will be a beautiful virtual Field Trip presented by the lively raconteur Sue Wiseman.  The title is Field Trips R Us: Outstanding in the field—history, anecdotes, and contributions to Williamson County botany and natural science.   Bob Kamper,  our chief photographer will also be part of the program.  Free and open meeting.