Sponsored Post - from TreeFolks Who doesn't love trees? They give us shade, fresh air, beauty, and a solid base for a good rope swing into Barton Creek. But as much as Austin loves trees, it's a constant effort to keep them healthy and strong. That's why...

Learn more about the future of integrating nature into the city with a new exhibit at the Austin Central Library. The exhibit "Garden City Mega City" is on display through April 15th at the gallery on the 2nd floor. The exhibit focuses on 16 built and unbuilt projects designed by WOHA, a Singaporean architectural...

One of the Austin area's most famous residents has returned home. The golden-cheeked warbler is now back in the Texas Hill Country after a winter spent in southern Mexico and Central America. What's so special about this little bird?  Well for starters, it's very rare. As Austin Water explains, of...

Sponsored Post - from Keep Austin Beautiful  It's time to give back. Each April, Keep Austin Beautiful hosts Clean Sweep, a county-wide service day spanning more than 130 sites in 31 zip codes throughout Austin and Travis County. As Clean Sweep has grown over the years, it has become more than...

Sponsored Post - from Castle Hill Fitness Take your yoga practice to the next level with Austin's eco-friendly gym, Castle Hill Fitness. On April 21st and 22nd they'll be hosting "Advanced Yoga Poses: Weekend Intensive" at their gym on North Lamar Boulevard. The class will flow through a vinyasa sequence mindfully designed to prepare...

Sponsored Post - from the Colorado River Alliance Are you a teacher looking to spice up your science and environmental curricula? Then this program from the Colorado River Alliance is for you. Groundwater To The Gulf is a field-trip based, summer institute for Central Texas teachers that emphasizes classroom techniques and resources...

It's about to be the most beautiful time of year in Texas. Yes, the wildflowers are back. A few wildflowers have already started to bloom in central Austin and the experts at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center only expect more to follow suit in the coming weeks. In...

Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Development Services Department Community Tree Division/ Nature In The City What is urban nature? What are its unique characteristics? What does it mean that so many of us now live in cities? That's what Dr. Kevin Anderson will be discussing during...