If you enjoy getting your hands dirty for a good cause, we could use your help in preserving the native habitat throughout the park. Weed Warriors meet every Wednesday at various locations. To join the email list, please sign up to learn more.
Invitation only, volunteers will receive the zoom link via email
The Education Committee oversees the Native Pollinator Habitat Grant Program and other education projects.
Habitat volunteers help weed and mulch flower beds, plant native plants, maintain pathways, and trim trees and bushes.
“Native Trees of the Piney Woods” We will be discussing the overall makeup of the fascinating, extremely diverse Piney Woods ecoregion,and take an armchair hike into the woodlands of East Texas to look at some of the moreinteresting trees found there. This is a hybrid meeting, with in-person attendees meeting in Laughlin Hall at the Heard […]
Please join us at the Heritage Museum to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's Demonstration Garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Mickey Riviere […]
Speaker: Sarah Ziomek Fort Worth Botanic Gardens in the Rose Room 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 6:15 pm Socializing & snacks 6:30 pm Business meeting and announcementsThe presentation […]
Chapter members are welcome, but not everyone may vote. Voting members include chapter presidents and Executive Board officers. Registration information will be added when available.
Invitation only, volunteers will receive directions via email