Dinner, dancing and more with host Giovanni Caprigilone and many Master Gardners, pollinator experts and nature lovers in attendance. $100-$750.

Join us for a shoreline and trail clean. Entrance is free and bags, gloves and tools will be provided.

READ THE GREENSOURCEDFW.ORG ARTICLE ABOUT CLEANER PARKS

Please bring your favorite work gloves, shovel, litter picker upper, or gardening tools.

Wear appropriate clothing for the weather and for working in a natural area (long pants, long sleeves, sturdy shoes, hat).

Water and snacks will be available.

O.S. Gray Natural Area has no restroom facilities, but Kroger is nearby.

Info: [email protected]

Hear expert advice from local wildlife professionals at this Landowner Workshop. Learn about funding opportunities for your habitat restoration projects and a variety of best management practices for improving wildlife habitat on your property. Workshop includes tour of Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge to see management practices in action. See flyer below for more details.

$30, includes lunch

Register: 817-392-7410

Info: Rachel Richter, 972-293-3841

Staff members will be there to talk about everything going on with Groundwork, including projects, trips and trash collection. $1 from every beer sold will be dontated to Groundwork Dallas.

A citywide Dallas cleanup initiative. To register, call 311 or email [email protected] and request to register for Operation: Beautification. Anyone can organize a cleanup, all are invited to participate. Choose the area you wish to cleanup, 1 street or more (based on the number of volunteers). Start anytime you want on Saturday, Oct 28. Dallas City Sanitation services will pick up trash/brush free.

One Saturday each month, we invite individuals and groups to assist us with outdoor projects based on current needs. Projects may include trail building, habitat management, invasive plant removal, working in our gardens and much more. Corporate and other groups welcome, but please call ahead: 469-526-1991.

Please bring your favorite work gloves, shovel, litter picker upper, or gardening tools.

Wear appropriate clothing for the weather and for working in a natural area (long pants, long sleeves, sturdy shoes, hat).

Water and snacks will be available.

O.S. Gray Natural Area has no restroom facilities, but Kroger is nearby.

Info: [email protected]

The Natural Guard assist Fort Worth Nature Center staff with projects ranging from habitat restoration, brush clearing, trail and park maintenance, trail and infrastructure construction, wildlife monitoring, special events preparation and much more. We will be helping to destructing and rebuilding a new bridge on Canyon Ridge trail which is one of the more difficult trails. We will hopefully complete the same day. For less construction oriented folks, there will also be a slight trail re-route associated with the new bridge and trail trimming.

Keep Dallas Beautiful, Keep Garland Beautiful and Keep Rowlett Beautiful are partnering together to host a cleanup of Lake Ray Hubbard as part of the Keep Texas Waterways Clean Program.

Check-in begins at 8 a.m. with deployment to work locations immediately following a 9 a.m. kick-off.  Free event tee shirts will be given to the first 1,500 participants, so pre-registration is encouraged. 

After a morning of cleaning up the lakeshore, volunteers will return to the check-in location for a fun-filled, Volunteer Appreciation Picnic beginning at 11:30 a.m.

Pages