If you’re looking for a way to get involved in environmental causes here in Texas, there’s no better place to look than the EarthShare of Texas events calendar.
We’re a federation of 35 Texas-based environmental and conservation nonprofits, collectively working to preserve our precious natural resources.
Environmental Events Happening in August Across Texas and Online
Pick up your very own rain barrels and tune into a virtual workshop to learn how to use them. Rain barrels are a great way to conserve and reuse water.
August 11: STAR 2021 BUSCH BIN GRANTS WEBINAR
Kickstart your recycling program with a grant to buy recycling bins. STAR: State Of Texas Alliance for Recycling is hosting a webinar to help you learn how.
Grab a friend and head to the Spyglass Trailhead to clean up the Violet Crown Trail with Hill Country Conservancy and Emerging Professionals In Conservation.
August 25: SENSORY POLLUTION IN THE ANTHROPOCENE: EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND NOISE POLLUTION ON BIRDS IN THE “AGE OF HUMANS”
Join the Bexar Audubon Society and Jennifer N. Phillips, PhD, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M San Antonio for a webinar on the latest research about how urban noise affects communication in a model species.
August 28: EPIC ROCK CLIMBING AT ENCHANTED ROCK
Join EPIC and Austin Ascents for a morning of rock climbing at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. This session is best for those with some indoor or outdoor climbing experience.