Johnson City Library Program Teaches Residents How They Can Protect Rivers and Streams
Residents can do their part to protect local rivers and streams with simple tasks, even if they don’t live near water.
That’s the message Daniel Oppenheimer, land manager of the Hill Country Alliance, will be presenting during his talk “Restoring Creekside Habitat by Controlling Invasive Species; Invasive Plants of the Pedernales River Basin” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 18, at the Johnson City Library, 501 Nugent Ave. Refreshments will be served during the free program.
Oppenheimer said he’ll emphasize planting native species. Non-native, invasive plants, though pretty, have an effect on the region’s ecology, economy, and public safety, he said… Read more from 101 Highland Lakes