University of Houston-Clear Lake
Bayou Building, Forest Room (B1418)
Our April speaker is Shannon Brown, whose talk is titled "Landscaping with Native Plants for Community Resilience." Shannon dreams of homes without lawns, surrounded instead with plants to nourish wildlife and people. To realize this dream, she founded Ecosystem Regeneration Artisans (ERA) to revitalize landscapes and provide land care subscriptions that make ecological restoration as affordable as basic "mow and blow" lawn service. Shannon grew up in Seabrook, has a scientific background in biology with a focus on habitat restoration, and has participated in the installation and maintenance of schoolyard habitats.
This is a FREE EVENT, but please register as space is limited. Parking is $5. Native Plant Society members and non-members welcome!
For important parking information and to register, visit: http://npsot.org/wp/clearlake/.
For a campus map and visitor parking and pay station locations, visit: https://public.uhcl.edu/maps/.
The mission of the Native Plant Society of Texas is to promote research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example.