The history of human settlement along the shores of Corpus Christi Bay and in the surrounding area is a story of change, both in the coastal environment, and in ways early people used the rich resources of the area's bays and lagoons. If we imagine the bay area without the present sprawl of modern commercial and residential development, we would see in our minds eye an environment which looks much as it did when the area was home to the Karankawa Indians, and when it was first settled by early Mexican and Texan ranchers. But the Corpus Christi Bay estuary has evolved over the last several thousand years, and the natural environment, as we know it today, is the product of millennia of dynamic geological and ecological change. Before 10, YRS B.
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August Pending legislation would boost wildlife, outdoor recreation. July Fall landscaping classes announced. July Bill Lindemann June Newsletter contest for chapters. May Photo contest for May Video contest announced for May Red Mulberry — a native fruit tree. May Send suggestions for our annual awards. April A society of garden clubs?
April From ice storms to drought — planning your piece of Texas. March Post-freeze tree care. March Effects of the deep freeze on native plants in the urban landscape. March Spring plant sales go on in March New scholarship fund will honor Dr. Alfred Richardson.
March Garden grant recipients announced. February Vote on proposed bylaw change.
February Seeking an executive director. February Virtual spring symposium open for registration. February Spring landscaping classes announced. January Reflections on the importance and appreciation of native plants during my long career.
January Remembering Marie-Theres Herz. December Remembering Sally Wasowski. December Monarch garden grant application open. November Unearthly fragrance, cat-scratching thorns. November Are you a grazer or a browser?
Perhaps you are a nibbler? October Virtual ceremony honors contest winners, outstanding members. October Pigeonberry provides snacks for birds.
September Annual awards announced for September All-virtual annual celebration schedule announced for October September Proposed legislation could help conserve rare plants in Texas. September Vote for a Fellows Award nominee. September Vote for your state board.
July We will have a photo contest in July Fall landscaping classes will be virtual. July Ten tips for creating a home wildscape. July Rough-leaf dogwood offers wildlife value. June Frogfruit is the answer to many landscaping questions. June Billie Lee Turner. June 40th anniversary symposium postponed. May Video, chapter newsletter contests for March Monarch garden grants awarded.
February Vote for bylaw changes.
January Spring landscaping class schedule posted. January Jennifer McBride. January Anacua berries are my favorite food! December us February 29 for our spring symposium. November Apply now for Monarch garden grants in November Plant Beautyberry for understory.
October Granjeno provides food in dry conditions. October Sugarberries should be in every natural landscape. October Contest winners, outstanding members recognized at symposium.
September Fall plant sales. September Annual awards announced. September Barbados Cherry. August Vote for your favorite photos in our contest. August Of beards and bowers. August Registration open for our fall symposium.
August Nominations open for the Fellows Award. August Scholarship winner to study landscape architecture.
August Texas persimmon. July Please vote for your state board. June Grant winner will study environmental effects on native grasses. May Photo contest to open in July. May video in our contest. May Dates and venue set for fall symposium. April Fredericksburg, New Braunfels lead chapter membership gains.
April Send suggestions for our annual awards.
March Plant sales for spring March Edible plants for a small garden. March Is that sprout a weed or a wildflower?
February Searching for Texas treasure. February Spring symposium scheduled for March February Photo contest winners from January Spring landscaping classes scheduled. January The naming of plants. January New additions to state board. January This workshop can help you be a better advocate for Monarchs.
December Jon Klick. December Jay Stone. November Video contest winner.
November End of an era. September Help develop our strategic plan. August Vote in our online photo contest!
August Deadline extended for video contest. August Invasive workshops added to symposium schedule. August Symposium registration open. August Quilt raffle benefits scholarship programs. August Fall landscaping classes offered. July Texas Star Hibiscus. July Forecast: flowers followed by clouds of Clematis.
June Our photo contest goes digital.