Category Archives: 4-H Agriculture

Pollinators and Pollinator Plants Two Part Webinar Series

 Native Pollinators Webinar – Click Here to View Molly Keck, Entomologist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Bexar County 12 Months of Nectar Producing Plants – Click Here *Audio is poor quality so listen at your own risk starting with the sound low. David Rodriguez, Horticulturist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Bexar County Pollinators Flyer Spring is sprung and the bees and butterflies are getting busy! If you have an interest in the pollinators in your landscape, we hope you can join us for a Webinar Series on Native… Read More →

2014 Fall Youth Gardens Educator’s Training

The Fall Youth Gardens Educator’s Training is designed for teachers, educators, and volunteers in support of Youth Gardening in the classroom and community and is scheduled for September 6th (Saturday).  Training and lunch is provided at no cost to participants.  RSVP is required to Ruby Zavala at 210 467-6575 or no later than August 29, 2014. Click here.

Texas Water Star Program – Earth-Kind Landscape School

David Rodriguez, County Extension Agent-Horticulturist, and Troy Luepke, Program Coordinator, Water & Natural Resources are presenting a four-part workshop for new homeowners in the Alamo area in learning the best practices for home landscaping and gardening.  For registration fees and RSVP, call Angel Torres at  210 467-6575.  Click here.

Backyard Gardening Series: It’s Not Too Early to Start a Fall Garden

Start planning your fall garden with techniques provided by David Rodriguez, County Extension Agent-Horticulturist.  Registration fee is $10.  RSVP call Angel Torres at 210 467-6575.  Click here.

A Rain Barrel Workshop

Make-and-take your own rain barrel in just a few hours by attending this workshop presented by Jared Beaver, Prog Coord, and Lou Kellogg, Master Gardener on April 12, 2014.  Click here.

Alamo Area Master Naturalist Class 34

Master Naturalist Class 34 will be starting February 20, 2014 from 5-9 pm at Phil Hardberger Park, 8400 NW Military.  Master Naturalists are volunteers dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and restoration of our natural resources promoting ecological education.  Contact Pam Ball at, registration fee is $200.  Click here.