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Texas Buckeye Trail Guided Hike
Sunday, March 24, 2019 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Texas Buckeye Trail, 7000 Bexar St., Dallas 75215
Walk the Texas Buckeye Trail, one of the few places to see the Texas Buckeye tree, which blooms for only a few weeks. Learn about the history and nature of the Great Trinity Forest from your expert guides, Bill Holston and Ben Sandifer. We love dogs, but no pets, please. There may be mud and fallen trees; dress accordingly.
Questions? Contact Carrie Robinson email@example.com
FOCP Wildflower Walk at Kiest Park
Sunday, April 7, 2019 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Friends of Oak Cliff Parks are sponsoring a wildflower walk in the Kiest Park Conservation Area on April 7, 1:30-2:30 PM. The Conservation Area is an 88-acre tract of land with an island of native Texas prairie. Walk will be led by Brian Halsell.
Seven years ago, MN Jim Varnum identified over 150 wildflower species in the Conservation Area. While here, also visit the newly opened, mile-long Meadow Loop Trail. Everyone is invited, and there is no charge. Closed-toe shoes are recommended. Water and insect repellent will be provided.
Where to park: The address below will take you to the tennis center in the conservation area – please do not park there. Park in the field at the southeast corner of the Hampton Rd./Kiest Blvd. intersection (gate entry on northbound Hampton Rd. about 60 feet south of the intersection). Park in the back right-hand side by the kiosk. This is the Conservation Area parking lot. This entry is west of the tennis center.
Location: Kiest Park, 3080 S. Hampton Rd., Dallas 75224
Free Food – Wild Edibles at JBS (AT)
Saturday, April 20, 2019 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Master Naturalist Bob Richie will lead this foraging walk. We will search out and try some of the edible plants that grow naturally in the area and discuss some useful and medicinal plants that can be found as well.
Cost: $10; members $5
Register by email to Linda Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-474-9100.
Report hours to AT: NTX: Other Pre-Approved Training (Approved for 2 hours AT)
Do not include drive time.