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Join Craig Hensley, Texas Nature Trackers Biologist, on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 12:00 pm central! Connecting All Texans to Conservation Through Meaningful, Engaging Interpretation Engaging Texans of all ages through education and outreach is one of the core tenants of the Texas Master Naturalist program. Delivering programs that are meaningful, accurate, educational, and yes, fun, requires... Read More →
Beekeeping 101 with Shannon Dietz Organized in collaboration with Architecture Center Houston’s immersive educational visual arts exhibition on the influence of bees on human design and construction, these noontime talks will teach you why bees are so important to human survival. Option to bring your own lunch or purchase lunch. Cost for no lunch: $10... Read More →
They Live Here, Too: Wildlife Habitat Restoration as Water Supply Protection Date: Thursday, August 11, 2022 Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Central Katie Myers Rural Programs Coordinator, Watershed Protection Tarrant Regional Water District Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) operates reservoirs that serve over 2 million people and counting in North Texas. These surface water... Read More →
$20 member / $35 nonmember (per person) Instructor: Kelsey Low Ages 12 and up Squirrels are so common that we take them for granted, but they really live fascinating lives. For example, did you know that Eastern Gray Squirrels are one of the few animal species known to lie to deceive others, tree squirrels have... Read More →