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Tuesday, March 18th: Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?
A 2011 film on the complex issue of disappearing and dying bees from Colony Collapse Disorder. Bees pollinate plants, thus providing a valuable service. Learn more about the possible causes of the disappearing bees and the solutions. Are we doing the best we can to protect the bees so that they can continue to pollinate plants? This documentary has won numerous awards.
Times, maps and speaker bios are on our Events page.
Next Social Event
Friday, March 28th: MadHatters Tea House & Café
Join us for a good cup of soup and salad, a sandwich or a yummy dessert. Contact Loyd Cortez (phone 454-2052 or email) if planning to attend.
Visit our Social Events page for maps, times and information about future gatherings.
Environmental Highlights - State & Local
Lone Star Chapter Endorses Hugh Fitzsimons for Agriculture Commissioner
The Lone Star Chapter is pleased to announce its endorsement of Hugh Fitzsimons for Texas Agriculture Commissioner in the March 4th Democratic Primary. Hugh Fitzsimons is the clear choice for Agriculture Commissioner. He is a strong advocate of water conservation and improving the state's long-term water plan; he supports sustainable farming and ranching practices; and is an advocate for the farm-to-table movement. [More...]
No more study; just ban plastic bags
Next Lion's Field Event
Wednesday, March 26th: Flow
This documentary discusses the world's dwindling water supply and the role that greed plays in it. It concentrates on business of privatization of water infrastructure which prioritizes profits over availability of clean water.
Visit our Lion's Field Events page for times, a map and other information.
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