Read more here.
5/14 Birding Hike at Ringtail Ridge, 9-11 a.m.
5/28 Hike at Purgatory Creek Natural Area,
Todd Derkacz will lead hikers from one end of Purgatory Creek Natural Area to the other, a total of 5-6 miles. Meet at the Hunter Road entrance and we’ll leave some cars there and rideshare to the upper Purgatory entrance near WonderWorld and Craddock, where the hike will begin. (Those who left cars at the Hunter Rd. entrance will return drivers to the upper entrance.) As always, wear long pants, closed toe shoes, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle. Hats and camera recommended.
Trailbuilding Every Thursday, 7:00-8:30 a.m.
Location TBA. Email us at [email protected] or follow SMGreenbelt on Twitter to receive location, directions, and last-minute weather cancellations. Gloves, hard shoes, eye wear required. Water bottle, long pants, hat recommended. We supply tools and bug repellent.
5/6 KSMB Movie in Your Park Eco-Night: Bring your friends, family, lawn chairs, and blankets to San Marcos Plaza Park and enjoy Disney’s blockbuster hit Toy Story 3 at the 3rd Annual Movie in Your Park Eco-Night hosted by Keep San Marcos Beautiful, the city’s public awareness campaign to improve the overall beauty and image of the community. KSMB focuses on litter prevention, waste reduction and beautification. Starting at 6:30 PM, the KSMB kick-off event will feature an Eco-Showcase of local organizations, businesses and programs that promote earth-friendly ways to live in San Marcos. For more information contact Heather Powdrill at 512.393.8420 or by email at [email protected].
5/17 Edwards Aquifer RIP Stakeholders: RIP meetings are always open to the public. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the SM Activity Center. Email [email protected] for more information.
5/17 CIP Openhouse: Read more here.
5/21 Texas Invasives Class: Same class described here repeated in New Braunfels. More info at http://www.texasinvasives.org/invaders/workshop_results.php