The weather is heating up and we’re excited to offer fun and educational summer programming for all ages!!Bat Detection 101
Tuesday, August 14 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

During this talk, learn more about bats in our area and tricks to locate them in your neighborhood. Program led by Bat Conservation International Volunteer, Coco Brennan.

Smartscope Digital Microscopes Activity
Tuesday, August 14 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Join us as we look at everyday objects under our microscope! Our digital microscope is able to magnify objects up to 200 times stronger than the human eye can see!

Sponsored in partnership with the McKenna Children’s Museum.

Summer Saturday
August 18  9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Beat the heat and come experience the changes in the site during the first summer of our restoration project. Learn more about our unique ecology and endangered species, participate in a variety of family activities designed to enrich and engage people of all ages in the wonder of our natural environment.

Volunteer Orientation Training
Wednesday, August 22  6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Learn more about volunteering opportunities at the Headwaters and get training to become part of our amazing volunteer group.

Space is limited, so please complete our online form, if you’re interested.

Landscaping with Texas Wildflowers
Saturday, September 8,  9:00 am – 11:00 am

If you have ever dreamed of having a lawn full of wildflowers, fall is the best time to get started. During this talk, you’ll learn the basics about a variety of native wildflowers, the best way to plant seeds in the fall, and how you can best use wildflowers in your landscaping. Program led by Native Plant Society of Texas member, Deedy Wright.

SPACE IS LIMITED, SO RESERVATIONS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.

How to Tame a Water-Thirsty Yard
Thursday, September 20,  6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Xeriscaped lawns are beautiful ways to help conserve water and keep your bills low. If you want to learn more about xeriscaping or get started on making changes in your own yard, this is the class for you. You will learn the basics and review some common native plants that can be used in xeriscaped yards. After the class, you’ll be able to explore the Headwaters and see some of the principles put to work. Program led by Native Plant Society of Texas member, Deedy Wright.

SPACE IS LIMITED, SO RESERVATIONS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.

To learn more about any of these events or to purchase tickets, visit Programs.

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