August Environmental Events in Texas

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

August 7: GALVESTON BAY FOUNDATION RAIN BARREL WORKSHOP

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.

August 14: VIOLET CROWN TRAIL CLEANUP AT THE SPYGLASS TRAILHEAD

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.