Protecting Our Hill Country
Spring 2020 Learning Series
Saving Water. Preserving Open Spaces. Building Land Stewardship. Working Together.
Friends of Blue Hole is canceling all of its upcoming spring series events. The City of Wimberley has declared an emergency and has closed the Wimberley Community Center, and all events in Blue Hole Regional Park are cancelled until May 9.
March 27, Preserving Open Spaces NOW
April 18, The Nature in Humanity – The Humanity in Nature
April 25, EarthFest
We are fortunate to live in a place where time outdoors is possible. Spend some time in nature during the weeks ahead. In these trying times, it’s a natural, comforting and safe place to be.
As always we appreciate your donations supporting Friends and the work we do on behalf of your park.
The Friends of Blue Hole Spring 2020 Learning Series brings it all together with four special events. Learn how communities can protect future water supplies and foster successful land stewardship from residential living to our personal interactions with nature.
Across the Hill Country, communities are losing water and open space resources. They’re also losing their connection to the Hill Country unique beauty and wildlife. As challenges mount, collaboration and creativity can help protect water resources and the iconic landscape we love and want families to actively protect. This series offers the latest updates on resources to protect water and open spaces NOW, reminds us of why we love the land, and boosts our ability to teach others to become passionate stewards.
The first EarthFest! at Blue Hole Regional Park brings it all together!
Created for county and local community leaders, advocacy groups, volunteers, and health professionals, we hope you will join us for one — or all — of our Hill Country collaborations.
The Friends of Blue Hole Spring 2020 Learning Series is made possible by a grant from the Jacob & Terese Hershey Foundation.
Artwork by Saida Jacobsen.