Tag Archives: Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

September 11th, 2019

Teaxs Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required.

Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for September 11

September 4th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for September 4

July 24th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for July 24

July 17th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for July 17

July 10th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for July 10

June 26th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required; WaterSaver Rewards Eligible.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for June 26

June 5th, 2019

Texas Native Trails Working Workshop

Learn about Texas native plants while working in the Garden. We will discuss our natives’ growing requirements, characteristics, ethnobotanical and wildscape uses and learn to identify them in a naturalistic setting. Our work will be in the Native Trails areas of the Garden removing invasive plants, repairing trails, and planting new natives. Wear comfortable clothing; tools, snacks, and hydration provided. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

Fee: Free to the public; registration required; WaterSaver Rewards Eligible.
Instructor: Gary Poole, San Antonio Botanical Garden Conservation and Adult Programs Specialist; Master Naturalist; Native Plant Society of Texas, member

Register for June 5