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YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO PLANT NATIVE PLANTS in your yard or garden or prairie! Visit native plant sales at botanical gardens,…

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Texas Conservation Partnership Landowner Workshop Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Rio Vista Civic Center Sponsored by Texas…

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Tuesday, beginning at 6:30 p.m. “Prairies of North Central Texas” Jason Singhurst (This meeting was rescheduled from our usual 2nd Tuesday of each month.) …

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Prairie Facts

Phillip Quast

Program Director

Phillip Quast is responsible for coordinating property maintenance and stewardship projects in addition to coordinating funding from outside sources for those projects as needed. Mr. Quast performs the annual monitoring visits to all of NPAT’s conservation holdings. Mr. Quast also manages the central office in San Marcos, TX and provides day-to-day support for all aspects of the organization.  Phillip currently resides in New Braunfels,

Mr. Quast is also conducting data research for both prairie development and restoration, working to increase membership totals and involvement, and providing technical assistance as needed. 

He has dedicated a great deal of time to facilitate NPAT’s achieving accreditation from the Land Trust Alliance.  This accreditation will authenticate the high standards NPAT practices in stewardship, land conservation and non-profit management.

Mr. Quast earned both his BS in Computer Science and a Masters of Applied Geography from Texas State University, San Marcos, TX with a focus on environmental resource management and Geographic Information Systems.

Phillip is a native Texan and has had a life-long interest in ecology, biology, and geology. Click .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to contact Phillip via email.