Prairie Seekers Toolbox

Fort Worth Nature Center 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd, Fort Worth, tx

The Prairie Seekers Toolbox is an educational series designed to build identification skills and ecological knowledge of prairies. In addition to plant identification, the focus of this training session will be the use of prescribed burning and the resulting fire effects. The Prairie Seekers Toolbox program is underwritten in part by a Read more…

Prairie Restoration and Preservation at Armand Bayou Nature Center

Armand Bayou Nature Center was founded in 1974 as a result of efforts begun by an environmental visionary, Armand Yramategui. Armand foresaw the urban growth around Armand Bayou and strove to have this land remain a wilderness. Armand's tragic death in 1970 inspired Hana Ginzbarg to start a campaign to Read more…


Bird and Pollinator Workshop

8016 Bohuslav Road, La Grange, TX 78945 This all-day workshop brings together four experts to address habitat design for birds and pollinators. Birds and pollinating insects play vital roles in the ecosystem, but their numbers are diminishing and mostly because of habitat loss. What can we do to reverse this Read more…


People for Prairies

River Walk Hall 4400 River Walk Drive, Flower Mound, Texas, United States

A unique forum featuring five expert speakers from diverse fields to explore how nature and urban development can coexist in North Texas. The evening also benefits NPAT's North Texas Outreach and Stewardship Program, led by Dr. Carly Aulicky.

Event Series Dowell Ranch Volunteer Day

Dowell Ranch Volunteer Day

Dowell Ranch Preserve 301 West FM 1626, Manchaca, Texas, United States

Join us for volunteer projects on NPAT's Dowell Ranch Preserve. We will be working on various restoration projects for prairies, woodlands and wetlands. We will be conducting wildlife and plant surveys during the year as well. Work and learn! For more information and to RSVP, contact Kirsti Harms.

Prairie Ranching Carbon Credit Opportunities

The NPAT Fayette Prairie Chapter is delighted to host Mitch Hagney from Grassroots Carbon for a presentation on grassland soil carbon. We have had previous talks on soil carbon, but this presentation will be something different. Mitch will focus on how regenerative grazing can be used to improve grassland soil carbon, how stored soil carbon is measured, Read more…

Teaching the Fort Worth Prairie – Teacher Workshop on 10/15/22 at Chisholm Trail Community Center in Fort Worth

Chisholm Trail Community Center 4936 McPherson Boulevard, Fort Worth, Texas, United States

Join fellow teachers as we explore the history and appreciation of our native habitat: PRAIRIES! Saturday, October 15, 2022 from 8:30am - 1pm. Register here. Teachers will discover new ways to engage their students by learning about and exploring the prairie landscape that is disappearing in our area with development. Read more…


Prairies, Change, and Weeds

Zoom link The title says it all, and Dr. Barron Rector brings nearly a half century of perspective. Dr. Rector is an Associate Professor and Range Specialist at TAMU AgriLife Extension Service, Department of Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management. He began his career at the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station in 1973, and moved to Read more…