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Due to COVID-19, our meetings are via Zoom. We are, however planning outdoor training, hikes, & field trips. Masks are REQUIRED for in-person events. Please see the current City of Fort Worth & State of Texas updates on COVID-19.


Population Ecology of Silphium albiflorum (white rosinweed) at Tandy Hills Natural Area

Silphium albiflorum

Monday, May 10, 2021 at 7pm on Zoom
Population Ecology of Silphium albiflorum (white rosinweed) at Tandy Hills Natural Area
Bruce Benz, Biology Professor at Texas Wesleyan University

Did you know that white rosinweed (Silphium albiflorum) is an endemic Texas species with a limited range globally & is found only in north central Texas? Bruce has coordinated a long-term population ecology study of white rosinweed at Tandy Hills Natural Area & other sites within its limited range.

Prairie Seekers Online & Field Training
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 7pm
Introduction to Prairie Seekers via Zoom
Registration required for presentation.

Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 9am – 3pm
Prairie Seekers Field Training at 2 private ranches
Registration required & space is limited. To participate in the field training, please register by May 18, 2021.

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Become a Member

Join us! The Native Prairies Association of Texas (NPAT) is a non-profit membership organization and land trust dedicated to the conservation, restoration, and appreciation of native prairies, savannas, and other grasslands in Texas and throughout the United States. NPAT protects more than 4,000 acres of native Texas prairie, including over 100 acres of endangered/threatened tallgrass prairie. Join today.

NPAT is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your membership and contributions are fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.

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  1. Sue Crain says:

    How do I apply for the GRIP? I am in Clay County, Texas and really need some help with my land. I have deer, quail, doves, and other wildlife, but the grass is not very good, and some real cactus problems in areas. Everything is organic.
    Sue Crain, 940-674-5128, 324 Mojave Trail, Wichita Falls, TX, 76310


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