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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 wildflowers, plants, and landscapes and practical applications of horticulture and botany. Use our colorful gardens as the inspiration for your next work of art when you take our Art in Nature series.

Classes are held at the Wildflower Center's beautiful campus in south Austin.

Check out our online, educational video resources on our Interact webpage.

Go Native U - Registration

Summer registration is under way!

Registration for Go Native U is arranged through the University of Texas at Austin Continuing and Innovative Education Informal Classes. Start the registration process by clicking this link.

Wildflower Center members, Texas Exes, Littlefield Society, UT OLLI, Senior Citizens (age 65 and over), and UT Students, Faculty, and Staff receive a 10% discount on all classes.

Become a Wildflower Center Member now to receive your discount.

CERTIFICATE SERIES*

Most classes can be taken individually or sign up for all courses in a certificate series and receive an additional 10% discount when you register.
*Certificates given when all classes are taken together during the same session.

Summer 2015

Botany X-Files:  Unlocking the Mysteries of Food and Drug Plants                                

July 1-July 22

Ever wonder what plant parts are on your plate, how they developed, or where they came from?  This class is specially designed for the secret botanist in each of us, answering these and other questions about the plants we consume in our daily lives.  The series covers the science and sagas of food plants and those plants we utilize for their bioactivity.  The latter includes herbs and spices, stimulating beverages, medicinal plants and even some potential aphrodisiacs!  This is a hands-on class where you get to play with plants and eat your homework.

 

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