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INVASIVES TRAINING



INVASIVES TRAINING—Several members of the Little River Basin Master Gardener Association and El Camino Real Chapter of Texas Master Naturalist program attended a full day of invasive species training at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin. Members attending were (L-R) Joyce Dalley, John Pruett, Anne Barr, Janice Johnson and Katherine Bedrich. Members were trained to identify and locate species of plants, insects and animals that are considered invasive and help promote awareness of invasive species. For more information on the program or to access the invasives database, visit www.TexasInvasives.org. INVASIVES TRAINING—Several members of the Little River Basin Master Gardener Association and El Camino Real Chapter of Texas Master Naturalist program attended a full day of invasive species training at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin. Members attending were (L-R) Joyce Dalley, John Pruett, Anne Barr, Janice Johnson and Katherine Bedrich. Members were trained to identify and locate species of plants, insects and animals that are considered invasive and help promote awareness of invasive species. For more information on the program or to access the invasives database, visit www.TexasInvasives.org.

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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