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This year’s conference is co-hosted by the Native Prairies Association of Texas. Topics include…

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Join us for a special month of prairie activities this fall! This month of activities is thanks to a collaboration…

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October 12, 2015 at 6:30pm Prairie Seekers - Prairie Assessment & Mapping Program Second Monday Meet-Up

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Prairie Facts

Today the tallgrass prairies of Texas are very rare. Less than 1% of the original 20 million acres of Texas’ beautiful tallgrass prairie remains and losses are still occurring to plowing, improper overgrazing, and development.

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Native Plant Landscape Certification Program

Friday, Feb 13, 2015

Native Plant Landscape Certification Program
(NLCP) workshops in Georgetown. The first workshop for 2015, Native Landscape Certification Program Level 1, is scheduled for Saturday, Feburary 14, 8 am to 4 pm. Level 2 will be offered on February 28 (same schedule). The program facility is sponsored by Williamson County AgriLife Extension Service. For more information about the program and future dates go to:

Wildlife photos from the Kirchoff Farm - Jan. 2015

Thursday, Jan 29, 2015

Society for Ecological Restoration, Texas Chapter - 20th Annual Conference

Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014

TXSER wrote:

SAVE THE DATE!! November 13-15, 2015 TXSER’S 20th Annual Conference San Antonio, Texas

2015 is a big year for TXSER as we celebrate 20 years of being a source of scientific information and expertise concerning ecological restoration in the State of Texas.  Our 2015 Annual Conference will be a celebration of achievements and a look toward what the future holds for ecological restoration in the State. The conference will be held November 13-15, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas on the campus of Trinity University.  Please check our website and facebook page for updates on conference plans.


Wildlife at the Kirchoff Farm

Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014

First Eagle Scout Project at Deer Park Prairie

Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014

“The project objective was to clear approximately half of the fenceline, full of dense overgrown, mostly non-native shrubs & trees, between the house on the prairie and the cemetary. The cleared fenceline will also act as a firebreak and a perimeter path for visitors.”

Read more about this project on the HNPAT blog:

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