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Four distinct ecological regions converge in Central Texas, resulting in a spectacular and intricate landscape that is uniquely our own. ESC strives to restore and preserve the remarkable diversity of this landscape. We also help bring its beauty to more people by integrating it with residential, commercial and civic settings.


ESC President, Judy Walther, will lead “How to Attract and Keep Pollinators in your Garden” October 8, 2016 at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.   The workshop will present habitat restoration principles for designing and installing a native habitat pollinator garden.  Participants will learn how to create design objectives that meet the needs of pollinators, while exploring seasonal garden ideas that support food, shelter and breeding needs.  Discuss installation, maintenance and water strategies.  Walk through the Ann and O.J. Weber Garden to see various native habitat types and to find out about raising butterflies to “boost” their garden.  This class is part of the Pollinator Gardening Certificate Series.  Learn more about the series and/or register here.