A Webinar with Dr. Sandra Johnson of Johnson Consulting
Learn how to maintain stream banks.
Be an environmentally aware rancher.
Learn about the benefits of native plants, desirable plants for your area and design considerations for your landscape. NLCP is a state-wide program, but classes focus on the characteristics and plants in the region in which they are taught. NOTE: This class involves a Zoom presentation and an in-person plant walk. The content is specific to the greater-Austin area.
Improve your nature journaling skills: Liz will guide you through her process of drawing birds and give you the tips and tricks you'll need to be comfortable and confident drawing
Learn photographic tips for photographing prairies to benefit conservation.
Converting a lawn to a drought resilient landscape.
Learn about medicinal and edible plants.
Learn about the diversity of Caddo Lake.
Bring all the birds, bugs, and bats to your yard!
Focus on parking lot birding and purple martins.
The presentation on prescribed burning will follow a brief business meeting.
Chapter Meetings are (generally) the 4th Monday of the month; no chapter meeting in Dec. Meetings may be Zoom (link sent via email and posted on chapter website) or in-person at Upper Guadalupe River Authority in Kerrville. A 30-minute chapter business meeting begins at 6:30 PM. Members attending this may claim 0.5 volunteer hours. The... Read More →
Rapid-fire Research: Key Takeaways from the MJV Monarch Research Review
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) and gardening with native plants.
Learn all about the monarch butterfly.
Refine our print making skills to enhance your observations in nature.
Next level birding classes.