Fort Worth NPAT Member Only Holiday Gathering at Marker Cellars

Sunday, December 10 from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.Register Here As thanks for your support, Fort Worth NPAT Members are invited to a Holiday Prairie Hike and Wine Tasting at Marker Cellars near Alvord, TX.  Following a hike to an old cemetery on the LBJ Grasslands, the Vine Keeper himself, Mark Rogers, will lead us through a Read more…

FW-NPAT: A Year in Review

by Michelle VillafrancaJanuary 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pmZoom presentationJoin 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

Private Guided Tour: “Trespassers – James Prosek and the Texas Prairie”

Free, but we appreciate donations to help NPAT achieve our prairie conservation and education mission. Register: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/npatfortworthchapter/1082857 Connecticut artist, writer and naturalist James Prosek’s interest in prairies led him to the Texas Hill Country, LBJ National Grasslands and Clymer Meadow in search of understanding. His visit inspired 20+ new works in various Read more…

Seed Sorting & Pizza Party

Join us for the Annual Seed Sorting and Pizza Party at the Red Cross Building, 2700 Southwest Freeway. Coastal Prairie Conservancy and Houston Native Prairie Association of Texas join together to host this special event. Roll up your sleeves and help sort the seeds from the chaff while you visit Read more…

Fort Richardson State Park Hike

RSVP here. Botanist extraordinaire Jeff Quayle will lead a hike at historic Fort Richardson State Park in Jacksboro. The park is in Western Cross Timbers Fringe where it transitions to the Rolling Plains. Explore the Texas frontier where soldiers at Fort Richardson protected settlers along the Texas frontier. https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/fort-richardson Please Read more…

Herbicide Workshop

This workshop is intended for two audiences: (1) those already using herbicides in prairie/savanna restoration/maintenance and wishing to learn more about their effective and safe use, and (2) those not doing prairie/savanna restoration because herbicides are involved, but who are open to learning more about herbicides. A wealth of expertise has been assembled to address the educational needs of both groups. Lunch will be provided, and this workshop is eligible for CEUs.

$35.00