Llano River Riparian Woodlands Workshop
September 10 - 2022
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Learn or review the introductory principles of a healthy riparian, including the plants and land management practices that create a functioning riparian, providing values to all.
Have you noticed we’re losing the Llano River riparian woodlands little by little? Learn what’s impacting these irreplaceable woodlands and what can be done.
Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
Time: 8:30 AM
Presenter: Steve Nelle, Natural Resource Specialist/Wildlife Biologist, retired NRCS
Location: Llano River Field Station, Texas Tech University Center at Junction
254 Red Raider Lane Junction TX 76849
Sponsor: Llano River Watershed Alliance
Registration: Fee $10
Register online or by mail.
CEU and Advanced Training TMN credit hours will available
8:30-10:00 Indoor presentation covering the introductory principles of a healthy riparian and the impact of Axis deer.
10:00-12:30 Field Trip to the South Llano River State Park with three stops.
Observation of the park’s healthy and functioning riparian along the river, and the vegetation, including treated Arundo, a non-native invasive giant cane.
3/4 mile walk through the park’s riparian woodlands to see the impact of Axis deer and a history of various exclosure projects. Identification of woodland vegetation, as well as the non-native Mexican Needle grass.
¼ mile walk to see 27 year-old exclosure and the story it tells.
Contact Person: Scott Richardson email@example.com 830-459-2271