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Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture 1370 Churchill Drive, New Braunfels, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's native demonstration garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Craig Bruska at craigbruska@hotmail.com for details and to confirm the workday.

I’m Being Invaded! What Can I Do? – by Deedy Wright

You may have heard the term “invasive plants” used but aren’t quite sure what itmeans—or why you should be concerned. Invasives are becoming a problem inour environment in many ways. Learn what these non-native plants are doing andwhat native plants can replace them in your landscape. Canyon High School You must register at: https://comalisd.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf%5bcategory%5d=14

Chandor Trail and Pollinator Garden Spruce Up

Chandor Gardens 711 W Lee Ave, Weatherford, Texas Meet at the entrance to the nature trail to help care for our native plants and learn more about their care and needs. Contact Christie Tull at 817-307-9307 for additional information.

Event Series NPSOT Growing Area Project

NPSOT Austin Growing Area Project, 4th Saturday Workdays

Dowell Ranch Preserve 301 West FM 1626, Manchaca, TX, United States

We have started a new collaboration with the Native Prairie Association of Texas, on their 150 acre Dowell Ranch Preserve. In return for allowing us to hold our plant sales and store equipment, we will assist with their prairie restoration. Part of these activities will be to grow native plants that can be used for […]

TxDOT Roadside Chat – Protecting Migrating Monarchs

Between September and November, ninety percent of all monarch butterflies migrate through Texas. Their journey is arduous—and only getting harder. Over the last 20 years, Monarch numbers have declined due to weather changes, pesticides, and loss of habitat. Surveys in Texas have found that 2-4% of the monarch population is lost along roadways due to […]

Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country 4831 FM2673, Canyon Lake, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Heritage Museum to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's Demonstration Garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Mickey Riviere at mr0752@gvtc.com or Peggy Haley at phaley@gt.rr.com to confirm the workday.

Don Young on preserving Tandy Hills Natural Area, North Central Chapter Meeting – Nov 2

Don Young on preserving Tandy Hills Natural Area. Founder's Don and Deborah Young will come and tell us about the new trails and projects at Tandy Hills Natural Area.  www.tandyhills.org Obtained by Fort Worth in 1987, the 220-acre indigenous prairie remnant is in the heart of the city. Fort Worth Botanic Gardens in the Rose […]

Texas Arbor Day

Join Texas A&M Forestry Service in celebrating Texas Arbor Day. The theme this year is "If trees could talk – what would they say?" Join us on Texas Arbor Day to learn all the ways trees enrich our lives and support our environment. To find out more information about the activities please look at the […]

Level 1 – Introduction to Native Landscapes

Clear Lake - Level 1 Class - In-person or online. Learn about the benefits of native plants, desirable plants for your area and design considerations for your landscape.

$45

NLCP Level 3 (Installation and Maintenance) Course

Recognize the differences between native and non-native landscapes. Become familiar with how to install the different types of native plants into a landscape, including: plant choice, purchase, placement, spacing; soil choice; bed and soil preparation; planting seeds and plants; mulching. This class offered by Pines and Prairies Chapter features plants native to the Montgomery, Grimes, […]

$50 – $65

2023 Q4 State Board Meeting

Chapter members are welcome, but not everyone may vote. Voting members include chapter presidents and Executive Board officers.The agenda for this event will include the election of State Board officers. Registration information will be added when available.

Boerne Chapter Meeting

Nov 7 6:00 - 8:00pm Chapter Meeting, Cibolo Nature Center Auditorium. 6:00pm Social Time; 6:45pm Meeting and Presentation As usual, the meeting will start with a social time at 6:00pm, […]

Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture 1370 Churchill Drive, New Braunfels, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's native demonstration garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening […]

NPSOT Executive Board Meeting

Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) Executive Board meetings occur monthly and any member may attend. Contact the Executive Director prior to the meeting at state@npsot.org for Zoom and applicable […]

NPSOT Fall Symposium 2023

The NPSOT 2023 Fall Symposium is coming to Nacogdoches, Texas! This year’s event will take place at the historic Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center and will focus on conserving plants […]

NPSOT Fall Symposium 2023

The NPSOT 2023 Fall Symposium is coming to Nacogdoches, Texas! This year’s event will take place at the historic Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center and will focus on conserving plants native to the Pineywoods Ecoregion of East Texas. For more information, and to sign up to attend in-person or virtually, please see the NPSOT Fall […]

NPSOT Board Meeting

Zoom is the same as regular meetings: https://npsot.org/chapters/new-braunfels/

Rare Plants of Williamson County with Bill Carr – Williamson County Chapter Meeting, Nov 9

–Calendar entry updated 10/20/2023, with a new title and an updated topic description from our speaker. Join NPSOT-Williamson County on Thursday, November 9, 2023, when our featured topic will be "Rare Plants of Williamson County" with Bill Carr.  Free and open to the public. The meeting begins at 7:00 PM.  Our guest speaker’s presentation begins after […]

2023 Virtual Native Plant Society of Texas Fall Symposium

Join us online for the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) annual fall symposium from Nacogdoches, TX - celebrating the Pineywoods native vegetation! Registration is open now through 11/10.

$50.00

Struttin’ Our Stuff, Season 3

Monday, November 13 — Clear Lake Chapter Meeting — Chapter members will share their triumphs and growth stories from their own native plant gardens.

Chapter Meeting – Wings of Fancy

Join us for a discussion about butterflies, moths, monarch migration, waystations, nectar plants, and larval host plants. Social time begins at 1 pm followed by our business meeting at 1:30 […]

November 2023 Chapter Meeting – Williamson County’s Native Plant Rescue Project

*** This meeting is on the second Tuesday of November, instead of the third as we typically do. *** Please join us for our November Chapter meeting with guest speaker Ashley Landry. The Native Plant Rescue Project of Williamson County has hosted over 45 plant rescues and rescued over 225 species of native plants since […]

Lightscape at San Antonio Botanical Gardens

San Antonio Botanical Gardens has invited our chapter members to an exclusive preview of Lightscape. on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, from 5:30 to 8:30 PM, with 25 reserved tickets. Your […]

FREE to our members

Chapter Meeting – Exploring the Impacts Plants have on Ecosystems and Wildlife in Urban Environments

Our Chapter meeting featured presentation this month will be Exploring the Impacts Plants have on Ecosystems and Wildlife in Urban Environments by Abie Ince-Hendrickson. Due to the shared evolutionary history of native plants, pollinators, and wildlife, native plants are better suited to provide the natural resources needed for our wildlife and ecosystems to thrive. Learn […]

Annual Native Plant/Seed Swap and Potluck – November 16

Join us for one of favorite annual events and swap some plants and seeds! We will have a few announcements, folks will talk about what plant babies they've brought, then it will be a mad dash to pick your most coveted plants! This is always a fun event. What's better than free plants, right?

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