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We have an exciting opportunity to SAVE a vibrant PRAIRIE in North Texas!

The Paul Mathews Prairie is a 100-acre Blackland prairie remnant near Greenville (near Clymer Meadow). For the incredible price of $50,000, NPAT can become the owner of this unique prairie that is one of the best representations of gammagrass/switchgrass/indiangrass vertisolic … Continue reading

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Prairie Seed Swap Mixer & ID Workshop – Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm Prairie Seed Swap Mixer & ID Workshop Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA 512 Lamar Street,  Corner of 5th and Lamar Streets Would you like some locally-collected native seed that is not available … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the North Central Texas Native Plant Garden at Fort Worth Botanic Garden – Zach Gomez

Monday, June 12, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm The Evolution of the North Central Texas Native Plant Garden at Fort Worth Botanic Garden  Presenter: Zach Gomez, Gardener at Fort Worth Botanic Garden at Tinsley/Rock Springs Garden section Amon G. Carter, Jr. – … Continue reading

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America’s Grasslands Conference coming to Fort Worth in November!

Call for Abstracts & Sponsors America’s Grasslands Conference: United for Conservation Fort Worth November 14 – 16, 2017 This conference will bring together researchers, natural resource professionals, ranchers, policy experts and conservationists for two days to discuss relevant issues related to … Continue reading

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Monarch Waystation Dedication at Forest Park Pool – May 20

Dear Friends, Last August members of the Fort Worth Native Prairie Association of Texas were involved in installing a Monarch Waystation in Fort Worth. We appreciate your efforts and would like for you to share with us in celebrating. This … Continue reading

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Blackland NPAT Chapter’s 2nd Annual Texas Prairies Bus Tour!

Blackland NPAT Chapter’s 2nd Annual Texas Prairies Bus Tour! Central Texas Prairies bus tour Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 7am – 11pm – BUS LEAVES promptly from the parking lot of Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas. Tour stops includes the following prairies: … Continue reading

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Prescribed Burns for Prairie Health – Blackland chapter of NPAT’s April Meeting

Prescribed Burns for Prairie Health – Chapter Meeting 4/11 APRIL 8, 2017 Tuesday, April 11th 6:30 pm The Point and Pavilion at C.C. Young Senior Living Flag Pole Classroom 4847 W Lawther Dr. between Mockingbird and E. Northwest Hwy. Drive to … Continue reading

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A SUMMER FULL OF ADVENTURE AWAITS!

Summer Natural History Adventures at the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge Planning for summer time activities is upon us. If you are looking for some fun activities for your children, look no further. The Fort Worth Nature Center & … Continue reading

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Prairie Management on Public & Private Property in Tarrant County

Monday, April 10, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm Prairie Management on Public & Private Property in Tarrant County Panel Discussion Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA at 512 Lamar Street We have an exciting program planned for the April 10, … Continue reading

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City Nature Challenge – iNaturalist (April 14 – 18)

City Nature Challenge Tandy Hills Natural Area – April 17 from 4pm – 7pm RSVP: info@tandyhills.org Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is sponsoring City Nature Challenge, (a kind of, mini-bioblitz), April 14 – 18. It’s a friendly competition between Dallas/Fort Worth … Continue reading

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