What’s Been Flowering on the Fort Worth Prairie? – Zoom recording

Monday, August 10, 2020 at 7pm on Zoom
What’s Been Flowering on the Fort Worth Prairie?

Presenter: Suzanne Tuttle, Retired Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge Manager & chapter board member.

The Fort Worth Prairie ecosystem hosts a wonderful diversity of flowering plants. Since March Fort Worth chapter member and plant ecologist Suzanne Tuttle has been curating a series of posts on the chapter’s Facebook page entitled “What’s Flowering on the Fort Worth Prairie?” For this hour-long virtual Zoom presentation Suzanne has assembled 20 of her favorite posts in chronological order and hopes this will encourage you to get outside and enjoy the beauty of the prairie in person.

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