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Stewardship for Birds in Aquatic & Riparian Habitats

Speakers: Coauthors of Land Stewardship for Birds - Jan Wrede: Environmental Educator and Writer; Rufus Stephens: Wildlife Biologist Riparian corridors have the greatest diversity of bird species and the greatest abundance of individual birds compared to most other habitat types. Also, riparian birds are an excellent indicator of riparian and aquatic ecosystem health, and stewardship […]

Learning the Aquatic Plants of Texas: Habitats, Ecology and Identification

By: Casey Williams, NPSOT's 2022 Shirley Lusk Memorial Award award recipient. Casey is recognized for collecting ~ 350 specimens, with a focus on aquatic plants of Texas, with collections housed at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas in Fort Worth and the University of Texas at Austin. Seminar Location: Meadows Center for Water and the […]

$75

Rainwater Harvesting – August 14

Robert Mace, Executive Director & Chief Water Policy Officer, with The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment Coming Soon! Register here for this virtual event.

Time to Restore: Connecting People, Plants, and Pollinators

The Time to Restore project, led by the USA-NPN and covering Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, seeks to generate better information about nectar availability and seed timing to help those working on pollinator restoration know what to plant and when to harvest seeds. Help shape this important project! In this free, two-hour virtual workshop, […]

Time to Restore: Connecting People, Plants, and Pollinators

The Time to Restore project, led by the USA-NPN and covering Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, seeks to generate better information about nectar availability and seed timing to help those working on pollinator restoration know what to plant and when to harvest seeds. Help shape this important project! In this free, two-hour virtual workshop, […]

Climate and Pollinator Initiatives at the USDA – August 27

USDA has over 20 offices and 14 research labs working on pollinator initiatives, with climate being a top environmental stress of concern. This presentation will provide an overview of policy, programmatic, and research efforts happening across the Department and how they aim to help support long-term pollinator health. This presentation is part of the Monarch […]

Free

An Assessment of Native Seed Needs and the Capacity for Their Supply – December 17

A 2023 report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says the insufficient supply of seeds from native plants is a major barrier to ecological restoration and other revegetation projects across the United States. The report calls for concerted action to build a more robust native seed supply and industry, especially as climate […]

Free

Event Series Native Plant Month

Native Plant Month

During the month of April, people and organizations across the country can celebrate native plants in April by planting native trees, shrubs, perennials, vines and grasses, planning educational events with schools and community organizations, hosting hands-on workshops, removing non-native invasive plants so native plants can thrive, and restoring areas with native habitats to allow birds, […]

Event Series Native Plant Month

Native Plant Month

During the month of April, people and organizations across the country can celebrate native plants in April by planting native trees, shrubs, perennials, vines and grasses, planning educational events with schools and community organizations, hosting hands-on workshops, removing non-native invasive plants so native plants can thrive, and restoring areas with native habitats to allow birds, […]

Event Series Native Plant Month

Native Plant Month

During the month of April, people and organizations across the country can celebrate native plants in April by planting native trees, shrubs, perennials, vines and grasses, planning educational events with schools and community organizations, hosting hands-on workshops, removing non-native invasive plants so native plants can thrive, and restoring areas with native habitats to allow birds, […]

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