Event

Annex D

Bring your lunch and learn something new! This will be a discussion on rainwater harvesting and how to effectively use the water we have, keep the water that falls and how to use that water for the wildlife you have.

 

Registration is suggested.

This monthly series will try to provide assistance to landowners new to the Hill Country so they have so methods to manage their property. Come to one or all, the topics that will be covered:

 

  • December 12, 2018 – What Plants grow best in the area and which ones will not. – This session will explore the plants that work best for the Hill Country climate and soils. These include many SuperStar® plants as well as which plants don’t work well in the area.

 

  • January 9, 2018 – How to properly care for my trees. – This Session will focus on the proper time and methods for trimming our trees to help decrease the chances of diseases like Oak Wilt from coming into the area. Also, we will talk about the difference between Oak Wilt and signs of stress or other disease.

 

  • February 27, 2018 - Brush Control for Small Acreages – During this session we will discuss different methods landowners can use to deal with the brush/trees that come up where don’t want them to be.

 

  • April 10, 2019 - Will wildlife work for my land management goals? This will discuss how landowners can try to obtain a Wildlife Tax Valuation to possibly lower your taxes and help native and migratory animals. This will also talk about Eco Tourism and how you can use your land in different ways.

 

Map to Annex Location


 

 

 

Date:
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Annex D
Campus:
MFPL Annex
Categories:
General
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Bethanie Corder