Hill Country Chapter TMN, Monthly Meeting & Presentation
Discover a practical guidebook to creating habitats for birds.
Learn about Burrowing Owl ecology, monitoring, and creating artificial habitat for the owls.
Learn about oak wilt and the best trees to plant in the Hill Country.
Grab your pencil and paper and learn how to sketch nature and birds with natural science illustrator Liz Clayton Fuller.
Using pyric herbivory to make grassladns more resilient to environmental change and enhance the profitability of livestock production.
How to create an ecologically beneficial landscape.
A conservation program you can participate in.
Join us August 10th for a special talk ten years after the fire in Bastrop State Park, by Wade Powell.
Hot Compost: How To Cook High Quality Compost presented by Eco Centro
Is Rainwater Harvesting for me?
Learn how to identify edible plants.
This presentation takes a closer look into how nature centers in the Rio Grande Valley have successfully attracted new audiences to their programs.
Learn about black horticulturists and their contributions to gardening.
Outdoor learning environments
One Water is an integrated planning and implementation approach to managing finite water resources for long-term resilience and reliability, meeting both community and ecosystem needs. Although similar to Integrated Water Resource Management, One Water fiercely advocates for equity and the environment while employing advanced urban water conservation techniques to achieve its goals.
Thinking about putting in a beautiful and waterwise landscape at home? Join us to learn about the process and rebates to help make it happen
Citizen Science - Stream Team Training for Water Quality Testing
Information about regenerative grazing, soil health and monitoring
In this webinar, Drew Larsen and bird biologist Kelly VanBeek share how conservation of grasslands intersects with the conservation of native pollinators, grassland birds and gamebirds.
Bugs and their effects on livestock, agriculture and zoonoses.
Can birds adapt to artifical light and human created changes to their world.
Updates on Hays and Caldwell County Feral Hog Task Force programs.
As we reach the hottest part of the year in Texas, join City of Austin biologist Colin Strickland for a virtual dive into the refreshingly cool, dark world beneath our feet.
Explore the nature center trails from dusk to dark to see fireflies, bats, moths, owls, and other nocturnal animals with our fantastic education staff and volunteers.
Learn all about Texas ants.
The TMN State Office is excited to host a new Hybrid Training in September. Please register with the link below. Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend. It will be recorded and posted here for further watching if needed.
Connecting people to their local natural resources