Hillside Stewardship: Reducing Erosion and Enhancing Native Plant Communities – NPSOT San Antonio Chapter Mtg.
April 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
When land stewards can slow and sink water into the land, this physical process provides a variety of benefits, including reduced erosion, increased soil moisture and plant production, flood mitigation, groundwater replenishment, habitat enhancement, and increasing the flow of spring-fed creeks.
Speaker: Daniel Oppenheimer, Land Program Manager with Hill Country Alliance, will discuss simple and advanced examples of site-specific structures that can be used effectively to slow and sink water into our hillsides.
This is a Zoom meeting.
Registration – limited to 100 participants
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The meeting also will be recorded for viewing later on the NPSOT You Tube page.
For more information, visit Native Plant Society of Texas-San Antonio.
Color codes for the calendar are as follows:
- Orange: These are events for BCMG members only.
- Blue: These are public events for which BCMG members can also receive CEU credit.
- Green: These are events that are open to the general public.