Pecan show, Bellville, November 17, 2017 at the courthouse.
From Charlene and BR Koehler presentation on ranch Prairie Restoration
For advice and resources on restoration, our website has a “Favourite Links” section at: http://www.prairiehabitats.com/Links.html
You are very fortunate there in Texas to be the home of the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Centre at the University of Texas in Austin. I was there a few years ago, and they are a fantastic resource on native species restoration. It is well worth a visit, and you will learn much of value there. Their website is at: https://www.wildflower.org
Also the Coastal Prairie Partnership in Texas has a meeting on Texas prairie restoration coming up in May. Their excellent website is at: http://prairiepartner.org/events/southeastern-prairie-symposium plus the Native Plant Society of Texas has a meeting March 12 at: http://txmn.org/coastal/event/at-npsot-spring-symposium-austin/ and http://npsot.org/wp/about-2/who-we-are/
The Tall Grass Prairie Centre at the University of Northern Iowa at www.tallgrassprairiecenter.org/ is another resource I highly recommend.
Lunch-N-Learn Series – Fayette County Agricultural Building, Fayette County AgriLife Extension Service on 255 Svoboda Lane in La Grange. Lunch-N-Learn will be on the second Tuesday of the month with registration beginning at 11:50 AM and ending at 12:05 PM and program ending at 12:50PM. The Master Gardener Hospitality Committee will provide coffee and desserts free of charge.
- Nov. 14 House Plants and Terrariums
Washington County Lunch N Learn Seminars: Program registration will begin at 11:50am with the program beginning at 12:05pm and concluding at 12:55pm. At the conclusion of each session the speaker and our Washington County Master Gardeners will be available to answer questions.
The Lunch-N-Learn Sessions will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility, 1305 E. Blue Bell Road in Brenham. All Master Gardener Lunch-N-Learn programs are free to the public and you are welcome to bring your own lunch and drink. Light refreshments will be available courtesy of the Master Gardener Hospitality Committee
November 7th – You Can Grow Microgreens Year Round!