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Native San Antonio! March 16




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The fourth annual Native San Antonio! is set for Saturday, March 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Land Heritage Institute near San Antonio.

The event is a free outdoor festival, coordinated by the Land Heritage Institute, to celebrate all things native in San Antonio. The educational family-focused fair will emphasize preservation of the environmental, cultural, and recreational resources, with a special emphasis on using native plants to conserve water and reduce fertilizers, insecticides, and herbicides.

Highlights include free plants for the first 100 attendees and performances by the Somerset High School Mariachis and the “County Line Band.” Other activities include displays of live Texas native snakes, other animals and birds; free tours of the historic Presnall-Watson Farmstead and hayrides; and a native Texas plant sale and talks by a healing herb specialist.

The Land Heritage Institute is a living land museum on 1,200 acres along the banks of the Medina River on the far south side of San Antonio, located at 1349 Neal Road, between Applewhite and Pleasanton just north of 1604 Loop South.

For more information, contact Deborah at 210-381-1846 or Deborah.charnes@gmail.com.
 

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