Second annual event features eco-friendly exhibits, speakers, vendors, entertainment, games and activities.
Guest speaker is Chad Pregracke, CNN Hero of the Year. Reserve your seat.
Info: Mary Jo Tellin at 817-410-3490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual eco-festival featuring green vendors, children's activities, food and entertainment. Free.
Annual eco-festival featuring green vendors, children's activities, festival food, live music and wildflower walks. Free.
Trail guides lead a twilight/moonlight stroll down the Redbud Trail. Hikers may hear howling coyotes, hooting owls and other nocturnal sounds. No flashlights necessary. $10. Ages 5 years and up. Registration required: 972-219-3930 or LisaCole@UNT.edu.
Enjoy a cozy campfire for traditional campfire fun, which may include stories, songs, a craft for children and of course toasted marshmallows. $10. Registration required: 972-219-3930 or Erin.Taylor@UNT.edu.
All skill levels are welcome; paddlers receive an introduction to kayaking on dry land before pushing off into the water. All equipment is provided. Don’t delay in registering; these trips fill up quickly. $20. Ages 7 years and up. Registration required: 972-219-3930 or LisaCole@UNT.edu.
Learn how to identify frogs and other species, gather ecological data, participate in Citizen Science. Be prepared for a night hike. Register: Lisa Cole, 972-219-3930 or LisaCole@UNT.edu.
Discover Metroplex-worthy plants for your garden and learn about our special ecosystem requirements. Take home one of director of horticulture Roger Sanderson’s favorite native plants. $25. Preregistration required.
Learn more about MGFA upcoming events: Lobby Training at Black Beauty Ranch, Lobby Day in Denton, and a Screening of Speciesism: The Movie! There will be vegan snacks and good company!