San Antonio-Birding Outing

Government Canyon State Natural Area 12861 Galm Rd, San Antonio, TX, United States

Members of the Government Canyon Activities Committee welcome anyone interested in our feathered friends for a birding outing at the Natural Area on Saturday April 9th from 8:00am to 11:00am.  Learn about the fun and excitement of birding, including tips on using binoculars, cameras, field guides and sound recordings. Bring your own equipment or let […]

The Story of Government Canyon

Government Canyon State Natural Area 12861 Galm Rd, San Antonio, TX, United States

Everything You Want to Know About San Antonio's Largest Natural Area Join site interpreter John Koepke from 9am-10am at our brand new amphitheatre and learn about the history of San Antonio’s largest State Natural Area. Discover the origin of the name “Government Canyon,” why trails have the names that they do, the difference between a […]

Online-Discussion with Sarah Schlessinger of the Texas Water Foundation TREAD Talk


Sarah Rountree Schlessinger is the CEO of Texas Water Foundation. She previously worked in groundwater policy and regulation, and has experience with international nonprofits and disaster response. We will be discussing the need for understanding the cycle of water and how land stewardship is key in preserving this resource. Click to register here.

Austin-Spring Native Plant Sale

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 4801 La Crosse Ave, Austin, TX, United States

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is hosting their Spring Native Plant Sale! This sale features a variety of Texas natives, including perennial and annual flowers, grasses, wetland plants, shrubs and trees. Native plants conserve water; lower mowing costs; provide habitat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife; protect and enrich soil; and reduce the use of […]

Online – Ground Water with Robert Mace TREAD Talk


The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) anticipates that municipal water need — the amount by which demand exceeds supply — will rise by 568 percent by 2070, leaving the state’s cities in need of 3.4 million additional acre-feet of water in the absence of increased supplies or more restricted use. That’s more than three times […]

Fredericksburg – What Good Shall I Do? – Regenerative Land Conference

Roam Ranch 1804 Pfieffer Rd., Fredericksburg, TX, United States

The first annual “What Good Shall I Do?" conference brings together ranchers, farmers, researchers/ teachers, government, conscious consumers, and other interested folks for 3 days of education, networking, planning, and action around regenerative agriculture. The “What Good Shall I Do?" conference is hosted by Force Of Nature and ROAM Ranch with the intention to accelerate […]


Spring Migration with Travis Audubon-Online


Join us on April 22, 2022, from noon-1 pm for a talk with Travis Audubon’s Executive Director Nicole Netherton. Nicole will be talking about the magic and perils of Spring Migration, including the many ways humans can help migratory birds survive their amazing journeys. Late April is peak migration in Central Texas, so we’ll also […]

Star Party at Jester King Brewery-Austin

Jester King Brewery 13187 Fitzhugh Rd, Austin, TX, United States

Jester King's annual Star Party is back! There are very few places that have dark, open night skies perfect for stargazing and we are happy to be one of them. Join us at The Hall at Jester King on Earth Day, Friday, April 22 from 5:30-10pm alongside the Hill Country Alliance for an evening of observation and exploration […]

$15 – $30.00