Category Archives: Advanced Training Blog

July 2017 Lunchtime Lecture – The Terrestrial City: Greenspace and the Urban Forest

July 18                     Tuesday NOON to 1pm at the Center for Environmental Research – Hornsby Bend Center for Environmental Research Lunchtime Lecture by Kevin M. Anderson 2017 Lunchtime Lectures – Understanding Urban Nature: Ecology, Culture, and the American City July 2017 Lunchtime Lecture – The Terrestrial City: Greenspace and the Urban Forest  July 20                     Thursday NOON to 1pm at One Texas Center 505 Barton Springs Road + South First Street, Room 325 Center for Environmental Research Lunchtime Lecture by Kevin M. Anderson 2016 Lunchtime Lectures – The Unity of… Read More →

“Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystems” – July 27, 2017

Event Name:   Texas Master Naturalist,   Good Water Chapter,   Williamson Countymonthly meeting on   Texas nature education.    The Public is Invited ( Free / no charge ). Date of Event:  Thursday,  July 27, 2017 Starting Time:  6:30 PM Ending Time:   8:00 PM Location:  Williamson County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office,  3151 SE Inter Loop Rd., Georgetown,  TX  78626    ( map ) .   [Questions:  Texas A&M AgriLife office (512)- 943 – 3300 ] Event Title/Topic:  “Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystems” Description:   The presentation will cover stream and watershed form, what a… Read More →

Pond and Aquatic Vegetation Management – July 21, 2017 – RSVP by July 19

Time:  10:00 AM to 4:00 PM   –    Registration starts at 9:30 AM Event Address: J.B. & Hallie Jester Bldg., 1801 Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock Event Date: July 21, 2017- 10am-4pm, Registration Starts at 9:30am Contact us at (512) 943-3300 or tennille.harwell@ag.tamu.edu Must RSVP by July 19, 2017:  Contact Williamson County Extension Office to register at 512-943-3300 or register online at https://williamson.agrilife.org/program-registration/ Speaker: Todd Sink, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries Science Aquaculture & Fisheries Extension Specialist – Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Topics Will… Read More →