Nature In The City Podcast Episode 3: Perspectives On Nature And The City   This year Dr. Kevin Anderson, a geographer and philosopher managing the Environmental Research Center for the City of Austin, will take us on an exploration of “Nature and the American Mind”, examining a...

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...

Nature In The City Podcast Episode 2: Agrarianism And Rural America   This year Dr. Kevin Anderson, a geographer and philosopher managing the Environmental Research Center for the City of Austin, will take us on an exploration of “Nature and the American Mind”, examining a complex story...

Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Community Tree Preservation Division   In 1785, Thomas Jefferson famously asserted that, “Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, & they are tied to their country...

Nature In The City Podcast Episode 1: The New World And Wilderness This year Dr. Kevin Anderson, a geographer and philosopher managing the Environmental Research Center for the City of Austin, will take us on an exploration of “Nature and the American Mind”, examining a complex...

From the City of Austin - Brown Bag Lunch and Learn Thursday June 15th | 12:00 pm – 1:00 PM One Texas Center | Room 325 505 Barton Springs Road, Austin Tx 78704 Free surface and garage parking available.   This Month | Urban aquifers, creeks, rivers, lakes, and ponds can support a rich...

From the City of Austin - Austin Nature in the City is proud to present The Elemental City: Cycles, Services, and Urban Ecology With Kevin Anderson *This is a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn A city is a built landscape designed to support dense populations of humans. Urban ecologists, engineers,...

From the City of Austin -   This Month | The American Agrarian myth celebrates the beauty and benefits of pastoral nature on farms and ranches, and it is grounded in an older Arcadian myth in Western culture, especially in the work of the Roman poet Virgil....

From the City of Austin - Urban Wild: Wilderness, Wildness, and the American City Brown Bag Lunch and Learn One Texas Center | Room 325 Visitor parking is available – surface and garage Full 2017 Calendar at One Texas Center A Note From Nature in the City Seating is first come, first serve....