by Michelle VillafrancaJanuary 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pmZoom presentation Join us for the first Zoom presentation of 2024 as Michelle Villafranca walks us through Fort Worth NPAT’s prairie adventures of 2023. Join Zoom RSVP for Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpdu2rpjosEtCAnxrgu9SPO4l8mU4XzfZw
Edward LeBrun, “Tawny crazy ants and their microsporidian pathogen: biology, ecology, and sustainable control,” September 21, 2023.
Monday, November 13 at 7pm on Zoom The City of Fort Worth has established an Open Space Conservation Program to help identify & protect the city’s most important natural areas for current residents & future generations. Combining GIS-based computer mapping & modeling with public input, the natural areas prioritization process Read more…
Has Thicketization of the Post Oak Savanna Reduced Groundwater Recharge in the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer
Basant and Wilcox, “Has Thicketization of the Post Oak Savanna Reduced Groundwater Recharge in the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer,” April 11, 2023.
Ray Moranz, Xerces Society, “Advanced Monarch Biology and Conservation,” May 12, 2022.
Doug Jobes, “Small-scale Restoration Principles for Working Landowners,” February 17, 2022.