Summer has been a whirlwind for the Birding with Extension Team -- WE MISS OUR BIRDING FAMILY! The other responsibilities of our jobs demand a lot of time during the summer, but we are excited to be getting kids back in school and hosting our fall birding program - LEARN TO BIRD!
Project Fair contest
Changing Landscaping Practices: Implications for Landowners and Local Officials will provide information on the benefits as well as challenges of lawn conversion and native landscaping.
Learn all about maintaining a beautiful garden year-round.
Nature Rocks features a map of green spaces through out the state as well as a calendar of events YOU can add your organization's events to.
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 →
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 →
Is Rainwater Harvesting for Me?
The Caracaras' Place in the Ecosystem
Learn about fires, historical and present-day.
Learn beneficial gardening practices.
Learn about bats and nature at night.
Learn about the birds on the Guadalupe River, Kerrville.
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. This class is specific to the Comal County region.
Paint an anatomically accurate American Avocet egg with science illustrator Jane Kim.
It’s finally bluebonnet season! Well, bluebonnet propagation season that is.