Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Fruit Trees – Fundraiser for Tree Folks

Our favorite non-profit promoter of the Central Texas urban forest is having their annual fruit tree sale. On Saturday morning, Feb. 6, BioGardener will be at the Austin Farmers Market Downtown from 9a to 1p to buy figs, pomegranates, peaches, plums, apples, pears, persimmon, and whatever else Tree Folks brings to sell during their annual […]

 

Winter Native Tree Sale!

Consider it a big “Thanks” for sticking with us even when I forgot to email you back, or when we skipped your house to clean up the neighbor’s yard because we weren’t paying attention to street numbers, or for that one time I set up a truckload of mulch to be delivered on the wrong day, […]

 

Jeremy to Speak at Native Plant Society Meeting, Oct. 8, 2009

Come hear Jeremy stumble and bumble about “Sustainability in the Central Texas Landscape” at the Williamson County chapter meeting of the Native Plant Society of Texas.  Thursday, Oct. 8, 7pm-9pm at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W 8th St.  It’s free and open to the general public, but you’ll have to bring your own rotten […]

 

Cibolo Nature Center Workshops – September 12, 2009

Just like kids, sometimes the best way to love Austin is to leave it with the grandparents and get the hell out of town.  The Cibolo Nature Center has a similar history to that of Austin’s Wild Basin – a very small group of dedicated citizens made some big things happen.  They are offering some […]