Jim Stanley will give a presentation on the identification of the most common woody plants in the Texas Hill Country. He has been a member of the Texas Master Naturalist Hill Country Chapter since 2002. For the past 8 years he has written the weekly column, “Hill Country Naturalist”, for the Kerrville Daily Times. He is the author of Hill Country Landowner’s Guide published by Texas A & M Press in 2009, for which he received the Native Plant Society of Texas, Carroll Abbott Memorial Award. In 2014 his second book, A Beginner’s Handbook for Rural Texas Landowners: How to Live in the Country Without Spoiling It, was published. His latest book, Hill Country Ecology: Essays on Plants, Animals, Water and Land Management, was published in July of 2017. Jim Stanley’s books will be available for purchase following the meeting.
This is a FREE public program.