Join PPLT for regular trail maintenance and educational stations at the Two Bridges Trailhead at the Colorado River Refuge. Margaret will be your trail maintenance lead and the American Heritage Girls Troop TX2912 will have several stations set up for ecological education. This is a family friendly work day so bring your who crew, work gloves, water, and close toed shoes.
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Join agriculture specialists from the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), Holistic Management International (HMI), Black Gold Resources, and 100 Ranchers for an afternoon workshop about pasture restoration strategies and easy-to-use monitoring methods to help document change.
The workshop is set for Friday, September 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the S3 Legacy Ranch, 1320 San Marcos Highway in Luling, Texas. NCAT agriculture specialist Kara Kroeger and other experts will talk about ecosystem functions and soil health principles to improve pasture productivity, planned grazing to improve soil health, and monitoring progress of pasture restoration.
You'll also learn about identifying the key areas of your land to monitor, and have an opportunity to network with fellow grazers.
The event is free but registration is required. To reserve your spot or for more information, contact Kara Kroeger at 479-587-3479 or email@example.com.
Since 1976, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has been helping people by championing small-scale, local and sustainable solutions to reduce poverty, promote healthy communities and protect natural resources. More information about its programs and services is available at www.ncat.org<http://www.ncat.org> or by calling 1-800-ASK-NCAT.
Radiant Mama is hosting a game night benefiting PPLT!
Radiant Mama Cold Pressed Juice Bar🍌 is partnering up with 🌲Pines & Prairies Land Trust and Community Gardens to offer a fun evening for mamas and ladies who need a stress-free night out and want to be part of giving back to the community. 💫💗
Each month, Radiant Mama will feature a different crowd pleasing game like Bunco or Left-Right-Center and a portion of the proceeds from the "winner's pot" will go to Pines & Prairies Land Trust and the winners of the game who can choose to pocket their money 💃or donate!
Radiant Mama will be opening the juice bar "after hours" which will give everyone an opportunity to enjoy our cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies at 🎉10% off all night!
HEALTHY COCKTAILS - Radiant Mama will be offering a complimentary shot of liquor to go in our yummy cold pressed juices with purchase of a 16 oz. juice!
LIMITED TICKETS - There are only 20 tickets available and tickets are $20 and go directly to the game pot and you will receive your cash back to play with when you arrive! Be sure to purchase your tix now at link below to ensure a seat 👇
We hope to see you for a wholesome, fun filled evening of friends,food, healthy drinks & cocktails, games & giving back to the community! 🤩
Join us for another second Saturday service project at the Colorado River Refuge. We will be doing regular trail maintenance which includes trimming, mowing, clearing, and trash pick up. The trail and meeting place are yet to be decided so sign up to learn more!
Join Texas Conservation Corps and Pines & Prairies Land Trust as we perform trail maintenance at the Colorado River Refuge! We'll be installing erosion control structures such as check steps on a steep trail leading down to the stream.
This is a four-hour birding hike led and organized by the Travis Audubon Society along the river, up a creek, and back. One-and-a-half miles each way, for a total of three miles. The trail is dirt, and the walking easy, except for a short climb up the slope of the river bank and back down on the return trip.
Habitat ranges from old growth riparian, to newer growth, and some open, mesic areas.
Target species are Bald Eagle, Pileated Woodpecker, Greater Roadrunner, and early spring migrants.
The Audubon Society will meet at 7:00 AM sharp at the Hornsby Bend Research Center to carpool to the refuge. Contact George Kerr for information on meeting at the refuge. After the hike we will picnic next to the river. Details will be provided to registrants.
Participation is free. Membership in Travis Audubon Society is encouraged, but not required. Registration is required, and is limited to 15 participants. Please consider contributing to, and/or participating in, Birdathon.
Contact George Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
In March we will be learning about the Amazing Monarch- Come learn about the life cycle of the Monarch Butterfly from the egg all the way to the butterfly. Citizen science plays an important role in helping with conservation of this beautiful butterfly so we will discuss ways you can get involved.
A conservation easement workshop hosted by the Hill County Alliance
Join us at Yegua Knobbs Preserve near McDade, Texas for a chance to explore the secluded preserve. Enjoy unique habitats such as the intriguing geology of the knobs, rare plants and a spring fed bog. YKP is potential habitat for the endangered Houston Toad! Guided hike at 8:00!