Hill Country Chapter Members meeting Presenter: Dan Daugherty Presentation Title: New Technology for an Old Fish – Understanding the Life History of the Alligator Gar in Texas
Hill Country Chapter TMN, Monthly Meeting & Presentation
All about the wildflowers that bloom along Texas' roads.
The western monarchs’ overwintering habitat.
Learn about being rainwater reliant.
How to draw and document plants for citizen science.
The trash – a vacant lot set to be paved.
The treasure – the discovery of an uncommon morning-glory species.
Summer months: Wednesdays 8-10 am, meeting dates and times subject to change with season Wildscape garden maintenance and installation of plants. This project is critical for our organization. It is contracted with UGRA in exchange for Lecture Hall use for monthly meetings and classes. TMN Guidance for Outdoor Service: • Be mindful of and follow... Read More →
This is a recurring service morning every Wednesday. Each week a group of intrepid workers with a passion for plants and a love of the outdoors meets at Riverside Nature Center to help maintain RNC’s gardens, particularly the butterfly garden and the meadows. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about native plants and their... Read More →
Intro to Native Plants - Plant Bird Friendly
NPSOT Sponsored Symposium
Learn about the benefits of mountain cedars.