The Plum Creek Watershed Partnership and City of Kyle welcome the public to attend a free workshop and field study to highlight the value of maintaining healthy riparian
The Plum Creek Watershed Partnership and City of Kyle welcome the public to attend a free workshop and field study to highlight the value of maintaining healthy riparian ecosystems in the urban landscape on November 15 at the City of Kyle, Fire Station #1 – Community Room at 210 W. Moore Street, Kyle, TX 78640.
Sign in begins at 9 a.m. in the Community Room with expert presentations in the morning and lunch on your own. The workshop will reconvene at 1 p.m. with an urban riparian field study of Kyle’s Steeplechase Park. There is no cost to attend the workshop. Coffee and light snacks will be provided.
Attendees will also receive FREE copies of “Your Remarkable Riparian” Field Guide and Owner’s Manual.
We are thrilled to have Sky Jones-Lewey, Resource Protection and Education Director with the Nueces River Authority, as our guide for this workshop and field study!
Sky’s work to educate Nueces River watershed landowners about riparian function and to create a model for possible statewide efforts earned her the designation of Texas Parks and Wildlife, Lone Star Land Steward in 2014.
Meet our guide and 2014 Lone Star Land Steward, Sky Jones-Lewey!
Click the “Register Now!” link to RSVP or for questions, please send your email to Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding for the development and support of the Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan is provided through a Clean Water Act grant provided by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. For more information on how you can help restore and protect Plum Creek, go to http://plumcreek.tamu.edu/.
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