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September Trinity Forks Business Meeting & Program – Adding Native Plants to Our Communities – Trinity Forks 2023 Grant Recipient Project Reports

September 26 @ 6:30 pm 8:30 pm

6:30pm – Social time
7:00pm – Zoom opens and meeting begins

The PETAL Prairie Restoration at Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center, presented by Rachel Weaver, Founder and Director of The PETAL Project, demonstrates her partnership with the City of Denton, TX and the Elm Fork Master Naturalists, to add native plants of ecological importance into an area of restored prairie in order to provide creative and educational opportunities that cultivate purposeful community environmental literacy.

  • The Keep Argyle Beautiful – Rewilding Fire Station 511 project, presented by Christian Cockrell and Kathy Salisbury, presents the transformation of an unused barren, weedy area at Argyle Fire Station 511 into a native prairie plant garden.
  • The Bluebonnets for Bluebonnet Elementary project, presented by LISD’s Stormy Allen,TEM Instructor, and Kamille Mayes, Teacher, allows all 700 culturally diverse Kindergarten through 5th grade students to plant, water, weed, grow, maintain and observe bluebonnet plants in their school garden and provides basic science and gardening skills and education.
  • The fourth grant recipient, the Town of Flower Mound’s Monarch Waystation will be the primary program for our July meeting.

Open to the public.

We hope you can join our meeting in person at TWU’s  Ann Stuart Science Complex.  Campus parking is open after 6:00pm.

If you can’t join us in person, we invite you to our Zoom meeting.

ZOOM PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Please Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.