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CNC offers water-quality workshop




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Cibolo Nature Center & Farm (CNC) will host two learning events in April. Advanced registration is requested for most events at www.cibolo.org/calendar.

Water Quality Testing & Stream Team Training has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants will contribute to a statewide volunteer effort to monitor water quality in rivers, streams, and lakes by becoming a Texas Stream Team Certified Water Quality Monitor.

Learn to test water for conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH, and temperature, and make field observations regarding water flow, color, clarity, and conditions. Participants should take their lunch; $10 donation is suggested.

Volunteers can also learn about invasive plants and help remove them at the Cibolo Nature Center’s nature preserve during an Invasive Plant Blitz Saturday, April 12, from 9 a.m. to noon. Experienced invasive plant eradicators will teach teams of volunteers the most effective methods for removing invasive plants and ensuring they don’t return while helping maintain native wildlife habitat.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm is located on 160 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Hwy. 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds.

For more information, call 830-249-4616.
 

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