Storm Water Management
The Dallas Stormwater Management Outreach Department will describe what storm water is, how it is regulated, the primary sources of pollution of storm water in Dallas, what the City of Dallas does to protect it, and what private citizens can do. Educational materials and promotional items will be available.
Texas Wildlife Conservation Issues
Texas boasts 213 species of reptiles and amphibians, 635 species of birds, 174 species of mammals, an estimated 5,200 species of plants and an estimated 30,000 species of invertebrates. However, complex and daunting issues are putting intense pressures on our state's wildlife populations. But the conservation community has faced seemingly insurmountable challenges and acted with conviction in the past. The conservation community rose to the challenge in the 1930s and again in the 1970s. With dedication, the conservation community can rise to the challenge again and secure a solid future for wildlife of our great state.
John Davis will talk about what the future holds for Texas' wildlife. He has worked for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for more than 20 years conducting field research, presenting ecological seminars, and overseeing various conservation and habitat programs.
Free. 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 11, Dallas Sierra Club at REI Dallas
The Dallas Sierra Club meets at the REI store on the west-bound LBJ/I-635 service road between Welch Road and Midway Road (west of the Dallas North Tollway, next to Guitar Center). The address is REI, 4515 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway, Dallas, TX 75244; phone[masked] 5989. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. in the Guadalupe Peak room (upstairs). From 6:30 to 7:00, you can enjoy snacks and refreshments as you wander among various issue booths to pick up information and talk with Sierra Club members and leaders. Here is a link to a map: http://www.dallassierraclub.org/page.htm?generalmeeting Contact Kirk Miller,[masked] [masked]
The Dallas Sierra Club is a conservation organization whose purpose is to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the Earth. We are part of America's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, which was founded over 100 years ago.