Gailon Hardin, past president of Native Plant Society of Texas, will talk about how she has taken her one-acre lot and developed a landscape that requires watering of established plant material only in times of drought.
Gailon Hardin, past president of the Native Plant Society of Texas, will talk about how she has taken her one-acre lot and developed a landscape that requires watering of established plant material only in times of drought.
Learn basic lawn maintenance practices to improve the health and longevity of your landscape. Learn how to maintain your landscape using less water, fertilizer and pesticides. Free.
How to conserve water in the urban environment is the focus of the conference sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service-Tarrant County. Topics include state and local water issues, soil preparation, plant selection, landscape design and landscape management. Cost is $55 if received by March 15 and $70 after. The conference qualifies for CEU credits. More information available on...
Introduction to Aquaponics: Learn how to grow natural, organic, chemical-free produce twice as fast and at four times the density without the dirt.
Dr. Fouad Jaber, Texas A&M Agrilife, will talk about water again--this time letting us know how to make potable water from well or rainwater. This will follow up his excellent program on water we had last year. Hosted by the Dallas Alternative Energy Group.
The North Texas Commission is hosting a water summit to discuss the growing demands on our water resources, proposed solutions and corporate best practices. Scheduled speakers include: • Sen. Kelly Hancock and Rep. Eric Johnson. • Lewis McMahan, Board Member - Dallas Region, Texas Water Development Board. • Heather Harward, Executive Director, H2O4Texas. • Jonathan Radtke, North America...
Dr. Wes Jackson of The Land Institue to speak. Part of BRIT's lecture series “Reimagining American Landscapes.”
J.K. “Rooter” Brite, owner of JA Ranch in Bowie, explains how he's creating sustainable agriculture production compatible with the environment and Texas' natural resources. Part of BRIT's lecture series “Reimagining American Landscapes.”