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AT21-550 Webinar Hill Country Cedar: History, Myths, and Upland Stewardship, NPSOT Fredericksburg
November 23, 2021 @ 6:30 AM - 8:30 PMFree
Event Title: Hill Country Cedar: History, Myths, and Upland Stewardship
VMS-AT: AT: Native Plant Society of Texas (Enter AT#, Class Title as posted, Name of NPSOT Chapter, and Presenter)
Comments: AT21-550 Webinar Hill Country Cedar: History, Myths, and Upland Stewardship, NPSOT Fredericksburg, Presenter: Daniel Oppenheimer (AT=1h)
Event Date: 11/23/2021
Event Time: 6:30p-830p
Greet friends from 6:30p-7:00p. Budiness meeting begins at 7:00p. Presentation follows.
Get the low down on Ashe Junipers/Cedars
What subject creates greater controversy among ranchers – or Texans in general – than “those cedars that are sucking up all the water!”
Get the real information about our Ashe Junipers in the Hill Country Cedar: History, Myths, and Upland Stewardship. Daniel Oppenheimer, of the Hill Country Alliance will speak to us about the misinformation that frequently surrounds our native ‘cedar trees’.
A Bonus this month: Elizabeth McGreevy will be present and selling her new book Wanted: Mountain Cedars, Dead and Alive. This is your chance to get an autographed copy,
Cost: no charge
Register @: No registration required.
Join Zoom Meeting @ 7:00
Meeting ID: 959 802 9940
208 Danos Dr