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JOIN NPAT’s Fort Worth Chapter for a POTLUCK CELEBRATIONMonday, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm Debbie P. has graciously invited us to a potluck celebration.) 

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REGISTRATION OPENS for 2019 North American Prairie Conference in Houston, TX, June 2-5, 2019 Proudly Co-Presented by: NPAT,…

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Photo of Blue Bonnets in Dry Wash By Jason Weingart, Photographer,…

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A Measure of Ecological Resilience in a Restored (Reconstructed) Prairie

Thursday, Oct 13, 2011

Check out this article from Chris Helzer, a program director for The Nature Conservancy in Nebraska, detailing his monitoring activities on a reconstructed prairie south of Wood River, Nebraska.

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Honey Mesquite Jelly

Monday, Oct 03, 2011

Don Young writes:

Speaking of Honey Mesquite, George Cates of, Native American Seed, who lives out in Junction, Texas, where Mesquite trees are aplenty sent me this snappy little two-minute video on making jelly out of the beans. You can’t get more “Texas” than this. Check it out here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-dl2u-IJvQ

NEW VIDEO ABOUT PIMPLE MOUNDS

Thursday, Jul 14, 2011

Jaime Gonzales writes:

CPP has just released a new video on those curious geological features known as pimple mounds. Bill Carr, TNC Botanist, explains the formation and function of these coastal prairie geological wonders.

Pimple mounds with Bill Carr, The Nature Conservancy, Texas Botanist from Coastal Prairie Partnership on Vimeo.

Nash Prairie Preserve Video

Monday, Jul 11, 2011

Jaime Gonzalez writes:

Nature Conservancy of Texas has produced a touching new video featuring Peter and Susan Conaty about the pristine and beloved Nash Prairie near W. Columbia, TX. The video was shot during a prairie blessing marking the symbolic transfer of Nash from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church and TNC Texas.

Stripping erosion control to its bare essentials

Monday, Jul 11, 2011

The Twin Cities Daily Planet recently ran an article by Brian Devore entitled “Stripping erosion control to its bare essentials”.  The article details a program coordinated by Iowa State University’s Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture where farmers are encouraged to integrate strips of prairie grasses and forbs into row crops to help prevent erosion and increase natural habitat for birds and pollinators.  Check out the article HERE!

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