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Native Plant Society of Texas

Trinity Forks Chapter

Trinity Forks

Welcome!

We are a chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas serving Denton County and the surrounding area. We hold monthly meetings with interesting speakers open to the public. In addition our chapter has classes, field trips, plant sales, and other activities that support our mission.

We are a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Our mission is promoting research, conservation, and utilization of native plants and plant habitats through education, outreach, and example.

Location

Trinity Forks serves the greater Denton area and surrounding locations.

Meetings & Events

Our monthly meetings are open to the public and feature interesting and educational presentations about native plants in North Central Texas,  They are held in person at the Ann Stuart Science Complex on the TWU campus in Denton (see map) AND simultaneously via Zoom, January through September.  

For details and Zoom link to this month’s and future meetings, see our Events calendar.

The Denton County Soil and Water Conservation District 2024 Tree Seedling Sale 

Orders are now being accepted

The Denton County Soil and Water Conservation District is having their annual tree seedling sale. Fourteen species are available for purchase. Native seedlings available during this sale include Bur Oak, Shumard Red Oak, Pecan, Live Oak, Mexican Plum, Desert Willow, and American Beautyberry. See flyer linked below for details.


Mail orders, including payment, to DCSWCD, 525 South Loop 288, Suite C-1, Denton, TX 76205.  There is no electronic way to do this. Please print the flyer, write a check and visit your local post office. 


Trees must be picked up on Friday, February 23, 2024 at the North Texas Fairgrounds in Denton from 9:00am-1:00pm.

 

 Questions? Call 940-383-2691, ext 3. 

Orders are reserved upon payment and quantities are limited, so please order soon!

 DCSWCD  Flyer with order form: click here