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Butterfly Garden and Trail Underway

The Beautification Committee has constructed a butterfly garden in the Natural Area. Using mulch donated by Pedernales Electric Company, volunteers have also begun construction of the walking trail, and plans are on the move for the bird watching station and bee hotels, with a water feature in the future.

On Wednesday, March 11, a large group of Dripping Springs High School students conducted a service project at our Natural Area. They assisted with installation of a birdwatching station as well as other necessary weeding and cleanup activities. Master Naturalists also provided support.

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Road Cleanup - 9/17

There will be a one-hour Texas Adopt A Highway roadway cleanup of FM150 on Saturday September 17th. Meet at the Methodist Church parking lot for coffee and donuts at 8:45am; cleanup begins at 9am and

Beautification Project Receives Grant Funding

We have received a $400 grant in support of our natural area project. In February, we submitted the design of our Monarch Butterfly Waystation for consideration by the Native Plant Society of Texas (


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