Tuesday, February 9 | 6 – 8 p.m.
Texas has 370 miles of coastline, covering 14 counties. Numerous vegetation types such as barrier islands with dunes, mud and salt flats, coastal marshes and prairies, and river deltas can all be found within our borders. Join Michael Eason as he covers some of the intriguing common and rare plants found along our coast, as well as seed dispersal, pollination biology, and the biogeography of these plants. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System. Participants will be asked to take a brief survey allowing the Botanical Garden to get credit from SAWS; participants will receive their refund and any WaterSaver Rewards Points. Registration deadline is Monday, February 8 at 6 p.m. A weblink and instructions will be sent after registration closes. If you do not receive the email, contact [email protected].
Instructor: Michael Eason, Director of Plant Conservation & Research, San Antonio Botanical Garden