Ecologically responsible honey beee keeping with natives

Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St, Kerrville

NPSOT Kerrville Chapter monthly meeting. January 10th Riverside Nature Center Presented by Amy Thompson MSW, MNRD, Owner Gone Native Ecological Restoration Services Ecological beekeeping is an interesting topic given European honey bees are not a native insect in North America. Most everyone loves honey and learning about the fascinating life of honey bees. Here, we’ll... Read More →

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Ecologically responsible honey beee keeping with natives

Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St, Kerrville

Presented by Amy Thompson MSW, MNRD, Owner Gone Native Ecological Restoration Services Ecological beekeeping is an interesting topic given European honey bees are not a native insect in North America. Most everyone loves honey and learning about the fascinating life of honey bees. Here, we’ll discuss some of the potential pitfalls of overstocking honey bees... Read More →

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Kerrville Chapter Book Club

Pint and plow 332 Clay Street, Kerrville

NPSOT Kerrville Chapter Book Club will be discussing the book Parodical Summer by Barbara Kingsolver. The book  highlights 4 intertwined individuals: the main character living in the Appalachian Mountains outpost in an isolated mountain cabin, Deanna Wolfe, a reclusive wildlife biologist, watches a den of coyotes that have recently migrated into the region and tracks... Read More →

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Permian Fest

Whiteside Museum of Natural History 310 N Washington, Seymour, TX

The Rolling Plains Chapter of Texas Master Naturalist is a partner with Whiteside Museum of Natural History.  We want to encourage naturalists across Texas to come to Seymour for a... Read More →

TMN Tuesday

Texas Waters: Become an ambassador of our waterways! The Texas Waters program informs and educates Texans about the most precious natural resource Texas possesses, its water. Many challenges face our state concerning water, particularly in our aquatic habitats, the water for wildlife. Texas Parks and Wildlife values the natural and cultural resources of Texas, and... Read More →

water resource and conservation

Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St, Kerrville

Discuss water resources and action plans to implement water conservation in the Texas Hill Country

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Water Wednesdays: Community Collaboration Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS)

Microsoft Teams

This on-line webinar will provide an overview of CoCoRaHS a community-based network of volunteers that measure and map precipitation, Rain, Hail, and Snow. As part of the webinar volunteer training will be provided mainly on collecting rainfall. Pre-registration is required through eventbrite. To sign-up for this webinar or all six follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2023-water-wednesdays-tickets-549741801527 Registrants will... Read More →

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