Landscaping with Prairie Plants: Winner of 9 Native Challenge Announced & Selected Submitted Designs Viewed & Discussed @ HNPAT MEETING! Wednesday,…Read more of this >>
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Texas wild rice (Zizania texana) is the only grass listed as endangered in Texas.
Landscaping with Prairie Plants:
Winner of 9 Native Challenge Announced
& Selected Submitted Designs Viewed & Discussed
@ HNPAT MEETING!
Wednesday, May 22
Please join us at 6:30 pm for refreshments & presentation at 7:00 pm
Jaime Gonzalez, Community Education Director of Katy Prairie Conservancy, will introduce the topic, announce the winners, and talk about where we go from here. Jaime and Scott Barnes, landscape designer and one of the judges, (plus perhaps two other judges) will show some of the designs and discuss the designs.
See the new entries & photos posted (on May plant rescue, April Deer Park Prairie trip, and April Meeting) in the HNPAT News & Blogs section of our webpage, http://prairiepartner.org/group/hnpat .
For registration for these events CLICK HERE!
The fundraising campaign for the 12.45 acre Travis Country remnant Live Oak Savanna has been renewed. The remnant, located in the center of this West Austin neighborhood, is a prime outdoor teaching area and nature preserve. It is covered with native grasses, heritage oaks, wildlife habitat, and lies in the Barton Springs segment of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone.
Many people pledged in the previous campaign, but more funds are needed to purchase this property outright and prevent future commercial or residential development. Please consider pledging your support today to conserve this great example of a remnant savanna in Central Texas for future generations!
Online Pledge Form: CLICK HERE!
PDF Pledge Form: NPAT_TC_Prairie_Pledge.pdf
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