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Wimberley Village Library

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400 FM 2325
Wimberley, 78676 United States
(512) 847-2188 https://wimberleylibrary.org/

April 2019

Plant Diversity and a Healthy Native Landscape

April 10, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wimberley Village Library, 400 FM 2325
Wimberley, 78676 United States
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Michele Bertelsen, an ecologist from the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, will be speaking about plant diversity and the ecological functions needed to sustain a healthy native landscape using work done at our own Blue Hole Park as an example.

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June 2019

The River and the Wall Screening & Potluck

June 4, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Wimberley Village Library, 400 FM 2325
Wimberley, 78676 United States
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Documentary Night features "The River and the Wall" Tuesday, June 4, Healthy Potluck at 6:45 pm Film starts promptly at 7 pm At 1,759 miles, the Rio Grande is the fourth-largest river in the United States, beginning in Colorado and running down to South Texas.The overwhelming beauty and pristine awesomeness of Big Bend and the Rio Grande Valley is explored on foot, bicycle, horseback and canoe by five adventurers as they travel the river assessing the ecological and social impact…

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Keys to a Healthy, Resilient valley

June 24, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Wimberley Village Library, 400 FM 2325
Wimberley, 78676 United States
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"Keys to a Healthy, Resilient valley" with Daniel Oppenheimer - Hill Country Alliance Monday, June 24, 6 - 7:30 pm  Whether you live up on the hillside or down by the creek, there are great opportunities to steward your "Little Bit of Heaven."  Good land stewardship provides interconnected benefits for people, plants, animals and water.  Daniel Oppenheimer is the Land Program Manager at Hill Country Alliance, where he works with landowners and communities across Central Texas on land stewardship projects. …

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