Llano – Axis Deer Research at Llano River Field Station

Texas Tech - Llano River Field Station 254 Red Raider Ln, Junction, TX, United States

Dr. Buchholz and  Mr Leslie will be giving a presentation about Axis Deer Research and their research at the Texas Tech University Center at Junction in the cafeteria on 3 May 2022. It will start at 6PM. This is going to be open to anyone who wants to attend! Join the Microsoft Teams here.

San Marcos – Viva Texas Rivers! Book Celebration

Alkek Library 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX, United States

The Wittliff Collections hosts a gathering of outstanding writers who contributed to the sparkling new literary anthology, Viva Texas Rivers! Carmen Tafolla performs “This River Here” A video tribute to writers and their rivers River experts Andrew Sansom and Joe Nick Patoski discuss “The State of Texas Rivers Today” Booksigning with editors Steve Davis and […]

New Braunfels – Mountain Cedars: Wanted Dead and Alive!

Landa Haus 360 Aquatic Circle, New Braunfels, TX, United States

Who likes Mountain Cedar? Whether you love it or you hate it, this program is for you! Our May “in-person” Community Program will showcase the expert on Ashe Juniper, Elizabeth McGreevy, also known as “The Cedar Lady.” Elizabeth is a sixth-generation Texan, and has been featured on talk radio, television and in magazines. When you […]

Austin – Walk and talk on the Violet Crown Trail

Violet Crown Trail - Slaughter Lane 5011 W Slaughter Ln, Austin, TX, United States

Hill Country Conservancy invites you to join us for an informative stroll along the Violet Crown Trail! On this exclusive tour of the trail, we reveal behind-the-scenes stories and share insights that you won’t find elsewhere. This is your opportunity to learn and to ask questions about anything regarding the trail, Hill Country Conservancy, or […]

Kerville – Golden-cheeked Warbler Hike at Los Rincones

Los Rincones Preserve 1600 Sheppard Rees Rd, Kerrville, TX, United States

TLC invites you to join us for a Golden-cheeked Warbler hike on our very own Los Rincones Preserve, a protected corner of Texas right on the edge of Kerrville. While Los Rincones is known for it’s Hill Country vistas and deeply cut ravines, the endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler simply knows it as home.   We will […]

$10 – $20

Austin – Art4 Water Launch Party

BeerBurg 13476 Fitzhugh Rd, Austin, TX, United States

Join us at Beerburg Brewery on May 15 to celebrate the launch of the Watershed Association’s Art4Water program aimed at highlighting the intersectionality between art, culture, expression and conservation.  Our inaugural Art4Water offering is the Sacred Springs Kite Exhibition, featuring water-inspired work of 30+ artists in the form of large art kites, which will hang high in […]

Bandera – Small Acreage – Big Opportunity!

Recreation Hall at Mansfield Park 355 W A Mansfield Rd, Bandera, TX, United States

The Small Acreage - Big Opportunity (SABO) program is a joint effort of Texas Wildlife Association and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to address this need. Our intensive one-day workshops will teach landowners how to evaluate their property's habitat and what options are available for wildlife management, including cost-share programs. Perhaps most importantly, we will connect […]

Fredericksburg and online – Restoring Functional Ecosystems with Regenerative Agriculture

Gilbriar Gazebo 208 Danos Dr, Fredericksburg, Texas, United States

This introduction to the website of ROAM Ranch is descriptive of the confidence that Taylor and Katie Collins have in their vision of building and operating a multi-species regenerative ecosystem in which soil building practices are integrated into every aspect of land management. In nature’s image, biodiversity is a key aspect of the ranch. Taylor […]

Online – Wild at Work: A Stewardship Series

Wild at Work: A Stewardship Series is a new webinar series from Texas Wildlife Association which covers all things wildlife and land stewardship. These quarterly seminars will feature a variety of guest speakers to address topics of interest for stewards of our open spaces and native species. These free webinars, held during the work week […]

Online – Is Rainwater Harvesting for Me?By Eco Centro


Rainwater harvesting has so many benefits – from happy plants to money in your wallet. With so many things to consider, it can be hard to know where or how to start. This short workshop will touch on all of the basics, and questions to ask yourself. This class is good for those looking to […]

Austin – AGWT’s 29th Groundwater program in Texas!-Texas Groundwater Conference

Austin Southpark Hotel 4140 Governor's Row, Austin, TX, United States

Annual Texas Groundwater Conference "Everything Aquifers and Groundwater Management" 2 Day Conference - June 1 & 2, 2022 June 1st - Registration: 7:30am-8:30am, Conference: 8:30am-5:00pm, Reception 5:00pm-6:30pm June 2nd - Registration: 7:30am-8:30am, Conference: 8:30am-4:00pm Austin Southpark Hotel, 4140 Governor's Row, Austin, TX 78744 This annual program brings together engineers, scientist, planners, water-resource managers, agency professionals and attorneys to share up […]

Bee Cave – The State of Groundwater in Southwestern Travis County

Bee Cave City Hall, Council Chambers 400 Galleria Parkway, Bee Cave, TX, United States

Do you know where your drinking water comes from? Join the Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District and City of Bee Cave for a community open house to discuss groundwater resources in southwestern Travis County. This is an educational presentation by SWTCGCD to review the background of the hydrogeology in southwestern Travis County, present the […]