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Education

Learning at the Wildflower Center

The Center education staff provides on-site events to educate the public about Texas flora and fauna, offers discounted youth group visit options, on-line and on-site classroom educational materials, an extensive adult education program with gardening, botany, and art options, and serves as a professional resource for sustainable gardening and landscaping approaches.
Professional Workshops   Youth Activities   Grandiflora
Nature Nights

Families can learn about Central Texas plants and animals during summer nights filled with hands-on exploration.
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Go Native U

Go Native U is an informal education program designed to teach adults about the sustainable use and conservation of native landscapes.
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Education Resources

Teacher Resources

The Wildflower Center provides instructors with materials for classroom and in-the-field lessons, including the Center's Exploring the Native Plant World curriculum.
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Seed Grants

The Wildflower Center and Native American Seed provide Texas schools with grants to establish wildflower demonstration areas, enhance existing wildflower sites, or for other educational projects.
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Landscape For Life™

The Center and United States Botanic Garden offer online resources for developing sustainable backyards, and webinars for teaching Landscape For Life™ to the public.
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Mr. Smarty Plants™ Learning Stations

Mr. Smarty Plants Learning Stations are available for K-5th grade students and include three hands-on lessons on topics including pollination, plant anatomy, insects and more.
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