Activity Log

Service Learning Program | Bluff Springs at Onion Creek

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October 13 – 16, 2015  |  Service Learning Project  |  Bluff Springs at Onion Creek
On October 13th, four River Watchers from LBJ / LASA High School, participated in a discussion with Glen Gillman and learned more about Travis County Parks land management techniques along Onion Creek and benefits of a diverse plant community. They removed Golden Bamboo with the hopes of increasing the site’s biodiversity.
On October 14th, two River Watchers from LBJ / LASA High School, continued their work removing Golden Bamboo, they hiked down to Onion Creek, identifying plants along the way, and met with students from Austin Community College to talk about life after high school.
On October 15th, five River Watchers from LBJ / LASA, continued their project at Bluff Springs restore and preserve the area.
On October 16th, eight River Watchers from LBJ / LASA, had the pleasure of meeting with Glen Gillman to hear more about innovative land management practices that minimize the impact of growth and change. The continued their work removing invasive Golden Bamboo, which poses an ecological threat to the area.

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