The Daylily Growers of Dallas is a member of American Hemerocallis Society (AHS)and AHS Region 6 (Texas and New Mexico). We are also Affiliate Members of the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc, the Dallas North Garden Forum, and the Dallas Council of Garden Clubs. The Daylily Growers of Dallas is a nonprofit educational organization whose purpose is to promote interest in growing the genus Hemerocallis and to conduct research in its breeding and culture.

The Daylily Growers of Dallas is a nonprofit educational organization whose purpose is to promote interest in growing the genus Hemerocallis and to conduct research in its breeding and culture. The Daylily Growers of Dallas has served the Dallas, Texas, community since 1958.

The Tri County Wildlife Management Association is a group of private citizens joined together to manage their property for the benefit of wildlife. The map on website shows the "official" boundary set by the association. It is given to help you locate the area. Note that some members' property may be outside this boundary, and the boundary may change over time. For further details, including membership, please contact them directly, using the contact information given here:

Ray Windham
(214) 534-1450
rayw@lmctx.com

Texas AgriLife Extension Service offers practical, how-to education based on university research. It’s available to any resident of Texas. You may read it in the newspaper, hear it on the radio, attend an Extension workshop, order a publication, or just call your county Extension office!

The AgriLife Center in Dallas is a gateway to science and public outreach for the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Working through two Texas A&M System agencies - Texas AgriLife Research and Texas AgriLife Extension Service - the Center produces science-based research, technologies and educational programs to help urban clientele manage and conserve natural resources.

Research and education programs at the AgriLife Center at Dallas resolve issues that include the biology, management, utility, adaptability, genetic improvement and pest problems of plants used in Texas landscapes; water conservation and management; energy conservation; and issues related to the diverse green industry.

The Edwin L. Cox, Jr., Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center (TFFC) combines visitation and outdoor education with a production fish hatchery. Its mission is to provide an educational, entertaining visitor experience that promotes freshwater sport fishing and the enhancement, conservation and stewardship of aquatic resources in Texas. Click here for days, hours, admission fees and directions.

The Gleaning Network of Texas is a nonprofit, grassroots organization
whose goal is to use our state’s existing surplus fresh produce
resources to help alleviate hunger and improve nutrition for
food-insecure Texans.

The Network brings together growers, volunteers, and service
agencies to provide food for the hungry from fruits and vegetables left
in the field after the harvest and other unutilized supplies.

The Texas Fair Trade Coalition (TFTC) is a diverse, nonpartisan
coalition of labor, environmental, community, family farm, religious,
and human rights organizations. Since its founding in 2002, TFTC has
been on the forefront of efforts to educate Texans about the impact of
trade on their lives and on the world around them. We have also worked
to turn the growing awareness of the dangers of corporate-led
globalization into real democratic action for change. Our member
organizations are united in a common fight against harmful NAFTA-model
trade agreements. We support trade reform that is fair to workers, the
environment, family farmers and public health, here and around the
world. The Texas Fair Trade Coalition is an affiliate of the Citizens
Trade Campaign.

The Greater
Fort Worth Herb Society was founded in 1985 with the purpose of "sharing
knowledge of herbal folklore, planting, growing, propagating,
cultivating, harvesting and using herbs." A further goal is the
fostering of education and knowledge regarding herbs and other botanical
subjects.

What We Do

  • Meet to share knowledge of herbs and gardening
  • Maintain two herb gardens in Fort Worth
  • Support Horticulture Scholarships at Tarrant County College
  • Hold an annual Herb Festival in Fort Worth

"We gather to support
the philosophy of vegetarianism, share knowledge and socialize."

We are committed to two principal goals - public education about vegetarianism
and socializing with others interested in a vegetarian lifestyle. Information
tables, sponsoring speakers, viewing and discussing videos, food sampling
and cooking demonstrations are several of the things we do to inform people
about eating a meat-free diet.  We enjoy gathering socially at restaurants
and members' homes for potluck meals, such as our annual pool party in August
or our harvest dinner in the fall.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the last Thursday of
every month (except November and December) at 7:30 p.m. (7:00 p.m. social)
at the Bob Duncan Community Center Garden Room, 2800 S. Center St. in
Arlington (map).
Visitors are welcome!

Membership

Membership dues are $20/year (for a person or a whole family). Dues
can be paid at any meeting, or you may send a check to:

Arlington Organic Garden Club

P. O. Box 173954

Arlington, TX 76003

The Collin County Hobby Beekeepers’ Association (CCHBA) exists for the purpose of providing an opportunity for fellowship among beekeepers, and:

  • To promote the art of beekeeping
  • To encourage the use of honey in everyday living, and to protect the age old craft of beekeeping and honey bees
  • To provide service to the community in times of bee related problems
  • To cooperate with County Extension Services, the USDA, the Texas Beekeepers’ Association 

It provides community services for swarm calls, beekeeping seminars, informative monthly programs, beekeeper training, and updated information on bee diseases and parasites.

Group meets second Monday of the month. 

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