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Prairie Seekers Toolbox Series

The Native Prairies Association of Texas is hosting a Prairie Seekers Toolbox field training on Saturday, May 14th in partnership with the Dixon Water Foundation. The Prairie Seekers Toolbox is a five-part educational series designed to build identification skills and ecological knowledge of prairies. Each event can be attended as a standalone, and participation in all events is not required.

Prairie Seekers is a citizen science program that trains volunteers how to assess prairie condition and helps NPAT identify conservation priorities. Registration is $35 and all proceeds support the new North Texas Outreach & Stewardship Program. Lunch is provided, courtesy of the Dixon Water Foundation.

The Dixon Water Foundation’s Leo Ranch is located near Decatur in Wise County. dixonwater.org/ranches/leo-and-pittman-units

For more information contact Dr. Carly Aulicky at [email protected].

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