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In the beginning, wildfire and wildlife maintained the Tandy Hills prairie keeping it free of woody growth. The grasses and wildflowers flourished without the hand of Man or Woman. But those glory days are over, so…
...Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area hosts a Brush Bash one day a year to clear sections of the prairie of invasive and unwanted trees, brush and trash. On some years we re-work previously cleared areas. Your help REALLY makes a difference! Manly Men and Wild Women welcome.
WHO: Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area
WHAT: 8th Annual Brush Bash
WHEN: Saturday, January 30, 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
WHERE: Tandy Hills Natural Area 3400 View Street Fort Worth, TX 76103
BRING: gloves, sturdy shoes, hat, water, lunch, tarps, loppers, wheelbarrows and wagons.
Coffee, tea & morning snacks provided.
When: Sat, January 16, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Where: Winedale Meadows Education Center located at 3738 FM 2714, Round Top, 78954
Registration Fee: $15 (includes lunch)
To register with a credit card: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE
To register at the door: cash or check only
Monarch Host Cities Partnership Project: How grow and establish healthy milkweed colonies for monarchs
Plants for Pollinators: Native plants for attracting pollinators to your landscape
Monarch & Pollinator Conservation: How to include as part of a 1-d-1 Wildlife Management Exemption Plan
Conservation Easements: A discussion on what this conservation tool is, and how it can preserve pollinator habitat
Barbara Willy, Director of Monarch Gateway
Pat Merkord: Executive Director of Native Prairies Association of Texas
David Bezanson: Land Protection and Easement Manager at The Nature Conservancy of Texas