The 2nd Annual Texas Wildlife and Woodland Expo & Spring Fling will take place on April 2nd, 2016, at The Lone Star College- Montgomery. This free event provides youth and adults a chance to get outdoors and learn about the natural environment. It will feature many family friendly activities including arts and crafts, rock climbing, and archery, as well as many informational classes and demonstrations for all ages. Also, all of the booths will provide a hands-on activity for children. There are also many opportunities for girl scouts and boy scouts to work towards their patches and badges.
Expo and Spring Fling is a joint event hosted by the Texas Forest Service and Lone Star College- Montgomery, in cooperation with many other partners. The event aims to raise awareness of environmental issues and wildfire prevention, and encourage families to get outside and reconnect with nature. Participants are able to meet various environmental, educational and outdoor-related groups, non-profit organizations, businesses and government agencies.
This year’s topics include: attracting pollinators, gardening, healthy forests, attracting wildlife to your area, rain water harvesting, and much more!
Booth spaces are complimentary for approved applicants. Visit the website to register, or contact Jordan Herrin at 936-259-5688, firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Saturday, April 2, 2016, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Lone Star College-Montgomery 3200 College Park Drive Conroe and The Woodlands, Texas 77384.
For more information, visit the Expo website http://expo.tamu.edu/