Next Meetup

NPSOT-SA Meeting: Starting Out Natives! Turning Kids on to Native Plants
Two members of our NPSOT chapter will tell us about their innovative methods for getting younger kids involved with and excited about native plants. Part one of the meeting will be given by Dr. Wendy Drezek. Wendy’s doctorate is from UT Austin in Early Childhood Curriculum and Instruction. She has taught young children for 51 years. In addition to being an educator, she is a Texas Master Naturalist, Texas Water Specialist, Citizen Scientist Invader, and Project WILD and Growing Up Wild Facilitator. She is also the author of "Move, Touch, Do!" and "Move, Touch, Read!" and currently teaches in Gan Gani Preschool, Northwood Elementary School and Hardberger Park. Part two of our lecture will be given by Jana Gibbons. Jana is also a Texas Master Naturalist, a San Antonio Zoo docent, and a San Antonio Botanical Gardens volunteer. She and her husband Greg have developed a series of creative and interactive children’s activities that engage the entire family! Jana and Greg conduct these activities at various events around the city. Tonight, Jana will give us a demonstration of how she engages her audience. 6:30 -- Informal socializing, native plant exchange, info on NPSOT-SA's Grants Program. 7:00 -- Presentation

Lions Field Adult Center

2809 Broadway Street · San Antonio, TX

What we're about

This group is sponsored by the San Antonio chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas ("NPSOT") to provide information on chapter meetings, events, workshops, plant sales, outings and any other event related to native plants of the San Antonio area. Individuals who are interested in the enjoyment, identification, protection and utilization of native plants are invited to join this group. More information on native plants is on http://www.npsot.org and on our chapter's website http://www.npsot.org/sanantonio .
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