If you enjoy getting your hands dirty for a good cause, we could use your help in preserving the native habitat throughout the park. Weed Warriors meet every Wednesday at various locations. To join the email list, please sign up to learn more.
NPSOT-Williamson County Chapter's Fall 2023 Native Plant Sale is ONLINE ONLY. Purchase plants online for one week starting at 12:00AM on Friday morning, September 22, 2023, until 11:59PM on Thursday night, September 28, 2023. Pick up purchases at Round Rock High School, in Round Rock, TX, on October 14, 2023. Feel free to browse our […]
Reach out and help educate the public at the Montgomery County Home and Garden Show this weekend Sept 16-17, Lone Star Convention Center. Signup for a shift to relieve Patti and/or hone your native plant spiel by working with Patti Thompson, Outreach Chairperson and one of the best with folks who have not yet awakened to the value of […]
Invitation only, volunteers will receive the zoom link via email
"This is Deborah Simmons, visiting with you live from Fredericksburg TX radio station KNAF 910 AM at 10 a.m. every 3rd Monday morning of the month".
Ready for a deeper understanding of what makes plants and pollinators pair up so well?
Come learn the magic of nature and the surprising ways certain pollinators are specifically suited for the plants they pollinate.
Habitat volunteers help weed and mulch flower beds, plant native plants, maintain pathways, and trim trees and bushes.
Weston Neiman from Native American Seed presentation "Starting From Seed". Everything about seeds has a bearing on their main purpose, to insure the continuation of life. Without plants, life as we know it would not exist on this planet. Native plants are the basis to every local food chain. All cellular energy comes from plants, […]
Puzzled about how to plan your landscape using native plants? Are they differentfrom the non-native plants you are used to? Join us to learn some basiclandscaping “rules” that will help you be successful with your new landscape. Canyon High School Register at https://comalisd.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf%5bcategory%5d=14
Please join us for our Chapter meeting this month with guest speaker Wizzie Brown. Her presentation will cover identification of common beneficials and pests in the landscape. She will also discuss categories of beneficial arthropods and how to determine if and when management may be appropriate. Wizzie Brown is an Senior Extension Program Specialist- IPM […]
What: Chapter In-Person MeetingWhen: Wednesday, 20 Sept 2023 (5:30-6:15pm Pot-Luck dinner; 6:15-7:00pm Plant SwapWhere: 9020 Airport Road, Conroe, Tx 77303 Please join us! Guests are welcome! Meeting Description: We are over 200 strong and many of us don't know one another. Our September meeting will be an opportunity to break bread and talk with chapter […]
Presenter: Ashley Landry, Williamson County ChapterWhen: Thursday, September 21, 2023 (Third Thursday) 12 - 1 pm This presentation is open to all Society members. Please join us! OverviewAshley Landry has hosted numerous plant rescues and will share her experience with us in a presentation. Come prepared with questions. Zoom Registration Link: https://npsot-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwocu2rpjgtG9ERJ2W8JM88x_ws4xzTq49z#/registration
In lieu of a regular presentation at our monthly meeting, Please join us at 6:45 pm on Thursday, September 21 (3rd Thursday) at the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center for a walk through the Arboretum grounds. We will observe plants along the trails. We will gather in the room and have light snacks.
Join other nature-lovers for an early evening lecture by Scott Buckel + adventure!
Join us for an educational event, nature book sale, silent auction, and local plant sale. This year our speakers will discuss some of the most under-appreciated garden guests in our wildscapes: wasps, amphibians, and spiders.
We will prepare the growing area to hold plants for the October Plant Sale so they are protected them from being eaten by wildlife. Install tarps, tents. and shade cloth to protect plants from the hot summer sun. Tidy up the surrounding area to look nice for plant sale customers.