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Autumn Saplings, Wildland Hikes, and Harvest Time Seed-Swaps: Watershed Conservation Events for Mid-to-Late Fall

With fall in full swing, it’s the perfect time for Central Texans to think about autumn harvests, seed saving, and the great re-greening of our urban areas. Whether you’re looking for rugged hikes, cozy local-harvest potlucks, stewardship opportunities, or some of the biggest native sapling giveaways in the nation, there’s something for everyone this autumn

Austin Arbor Day, Texas Native Plant Week, and the Return of Rainwater Season: Community Courses, Events, and Expos

Whether you’re looking for a civic celebration, ecological education, or some great green opportunities for community outreach, autumn in the Austin area has something to offer everyone. From Austin’s own Arbor Day on October 18th and seed and starts sales commemorating Texas Native Plant Week at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, fall is the

September in Central Texas: Seed Sowing, Sustainability, and Community Stewardship

The summer season may be on the wane, but there’s no shortage of early autumn opportunities for those with green thumbs or a green conscience to get going and get growing. From sustainability workshops and volunteer activities to seed sales and celebrations, September is a great month for Central Texans looking to go native, brush


August Conservation Activities: Riparian Restoration, Gardening Guru Guidance, and Green Family Fun!

As the summer season reaches its peak, our local conservation efforts are more vital than ever–and as always there is a lot green going on in central Texas and the Austin area. Whether you’re looking for some sun-kissed August opportunities for open-air conservation courses and volunteer stewardship, helpful expert advice for hill country homeowners and