Learn all about insects.
Refine our drawing skills to enhance your observations in nature.
Be an environmentally aware rancher.
Learn the basics and benefits of using native plants in your landscape.
A webinar with Cheryl Potemkin of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and Botanical Research Institute of Texas.
"You can save our planet from climate change by creating a National Park in your yard.” – Dr. Doug Tallamy
Learn about the Native Plants of North American resource at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
Next level birding classes.
This event is Texas Stream Team Standard Core Training. Learn how to sample and test water.
Learn about bird migration.
Learn all about the Monarch butterfly.
Hear Travis Krause of Parker Creek Ranch talk about his experience managing regenerative livestock operation.
Learn about how to install and maintain your native plant landscape! NLCP is a state-wide program, but classes focus on the characteristics and plants in the region in which they are taught. This class is presented by the Boerne Chapter and is specific to the region.
Learn how to get monarchs in your area.
Learn how your nature's notebook data is being used.
Learn the healing benefits of nature.
Discuss the book "Teaming with Microbes."
Find peace and creativity in nature.
Learn how to work for better water.
Fall Symposium, NPSOT
The presentation on invasive plants will follow a brief business meeting.
Learn about native grasses.
The Role of Zoos in Butterfly and Insect Conservation.
Edible and beneficial plants and how to forage for them responsibly.
Learn how grazing is used in wildlife habitat management.
Improve your ability to document your observations in nature using watercolor.