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Guided Wildflower Hike

Join us for a wildflower hike with our expert plant guide, Sabina Ibarrola on Sunday, Apr. 14, at 10:30 a.m. at Mueller Lake Park! She led us on our March native plant hike and is well-trained in herbal medicine and earth-spirit wisdom. Furthermore, click on the link to learn about Ibarrola’s practice and training:  https://sabinaibarrola.com/

April is the height of wildflower season here in central Texas, so we will find plenty of beautiful blooms! Wear comfortable shoes and bring your own water bottle.  This should be a pretty leisurely walk.

**Please remember to update your RSVP if your plans have changed and you can no longer attend this event — this opens up spots for anyone on the waitlist!**

Happy Hour! Climate Impacts to Edwards Aquifer Wildlife and Water

Hang out with us for happy hour on Monday, Mar. 11, at 6:30 p.m. at Baker Street Pub! This month, we’ll learn about fish and wildlife in the southern Great Plains and the Edwards Aquifer, as well as Texas climate and water.

Recently, the federal government released the Fourth National Climate Assessment report. In detail, the report discusses the vulnerability of the Edwards Aquifer, the growing water demands, and endangered species. Furthermore, it states that solutions required to address climate impacts on the aquifer will include ways to increase water supply, decrease demand, and reduce the impact of urbanization.

Our speakers will be two of the authors who worked on this report, Cindy Loeffler and Jay Banner.