Cibolo Nature Center and Farm is a 100-acre public park and an educational center that aims to teach people about nature through hands-on farm activities. Set in the center of Boerne, Texas, in a beautiful natural hilly area, The Cibolo Center for Conservation promotes the conservation of natural resources through stewardship and education.
The park features multiple trails that take visitors through five different ecosystems. In addition, the historic Herff Farm emphasizes the agrarian and cultural roots of the local community. The two campuses of the Cibolo Nature Center are on a mission to protect the Cibolo Creek, one of the primary sources of water for the region.
The history of The Cibolo Nature Center goes back to 1988, when Carolyn Chipman Evans and Brent Evans, together with a group of friends, set up a place to connect with nature. Slowly but surely, the group brought that land back to life and raised awareness for the conservation of the natural resources of that area.
In 2007, they bought the Herff farm and turned it into a vibrant hub and an awesome model for outdoor learning, land stewardship and conservation. Their sustainable living programs, their special events, and their community gardens attract lots of nature lovers who wish to bring their contribution to this community. Applied research is at the core of their initiatives. They use science to inform decision-makers on various quality of life issues that require special attention. The community gathers and provides essential data on land, water and wildlife. Their initiative includes bird box monitoring, breeding bird point count, and incidental bird count.
Saturdays at the Farm are among their most noticeable initiatives. Such events are excellent opportunities for people living in the Texas Hill Country to buy fresh produce directly from ranchers, local growers and crafters. This open-air farmers’ market attracts lots of locals and tourists alike.
The community welcomes volunteers, offering them a wealth of opportunities to put their talents and energy to good use. Such programs include environmental stewardship, gardening, and special events among many other activities. The Cibolo Nature Center uses advanced software tools to track volunteer hours and to manage their volunteer calendar. This makes it easy for everyone to identify the best volunteer opportunities to suit their passions and their interests.
The Cibolo Nature Center and Farm also welcomes everyone who wishes to join their community of donors supporting their conservation efforts and their educational programs.
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