Join the gem and mineral society for their monthly meeting.
Members of the public are invited to help us work on whatever garden project is going on at the time. Volunteers should bring water, close toed shoes, a hat, and clothes they can get dirty. Tools and supervision are provided.
Food for Thought: Vegetable Gardening in West Texas
Few activities are as rewarding as being able to grow your own food for yourself and for your family, but between the heat, the intense sun, the odd frost, and the bug life, West Texas doesn’t always make it easy.
This program is all about growing food right in your backyard. We’ll discuss what to plant, when to plant it, and how to keep it healthy all the way through harvest.
This is a FREE public program geared towards adults, but families and children are welcome.
Join the local beekeeping association's monthly meeting to learn more about these amazing insects
Part 6 of our Natural Hobbies Series.
Many of the plants on Sibley's trails can be eaten or used by humans. It is telling the difference between plants that can't be eaten that is dangerous. Together we will use plants to make several items, and have a natural taste test. We will also explore how you can learn more about what can and cannot be eaten from the natural world.
Please note that it is not recommended that you eat things from nature if you do not know what they are.
Join the Llano Estacado Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists for their monthly meeting at Sibley Nature Center.