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ÈRE & REFLECTIONS A Dual Exhibition of Traditional and Contemporary Yoruba Art at George Wshington Carver Museum & Cultural Center

New Exhibit at theGeorge Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, September 6 -...

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Tagged: Art, History, Education

Austin Parks and Recreation staff join “Groundwater to Gulf” Summer Institute for Educators.

How can 41 school teachers paddling around Barton Springs Creek help preserve our Central...

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Tagged: Education, Nature

Both the Dougherty Arts School and the Austin Nature & Science Center Summer Camps joined to present a combined exhibit of their campers’ art projects at the Julia C Butridge Gallery at the DAC.

Both our well respected (and always fully enrolled) Summer Camp programs joined hands to...

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Tagged: Art exhibits, Education, summer camps

Benefits of Dead Wood

Dead wood. Sorry, not the HBO TV series commentary you were expecting, but stay tuned…”the...

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Tagged: dead wood, Riparian zone, grow zone, adopt a creek, water quality, Education, Grow Green, Clean Creek Campus, KAB, Habitat Stewards, Lightning bugs