Wanted! Mountain Cedars, Dead and Alive at CCCA Community Program Tuesday
'Cedar Lady' Elizabeth McGreevy says love them or leave them, mountain cedars are a vital part of the Texas Hill Country. Facebook image by Heather Mason.
Mountain cedar expert Elizabeth McGreevy speaks about ashe junipers — also known as mountain cedars — at the 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 10 meeting of the Comal County Conservation Alliance (CCCA), 360 Aquatic Circle in Landa Park, New Braunfels.
McGreevy, also known as ‘the cedar lady,’ is the author of Wanted! Mountain Cedars: Dead and Alive. For the past 18 years, she’s worked as a landscape designer, planner and restoration consultant in the Texas Hill Country.
CCCA said mountain cedars are the key to restoring soils and protecting groundwaters.
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