Parks, wildlife

The Seed Library provides free seeds to North Texas urban gardeners.

DFW wins second place in global bioblitz

North Texans documented more than 34,000 observations during the iNaturalist City Nature Challenge.

DFW is competing with 70 cities globally to record most observations of nature April 27-30.

A ranch in Mineral Wells is one of the first to participate in the program launched this spring.

Sticks and Stones by Fort Worth artist Helen Altman is on display at the Tyler Art Museum through June 3.

Dr. Owen Lynch of SMU spearheaded the farm to combat the shortage of healthy food outlets. 

2018 KDB projects include installing a 1-plus-acre garden at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in South Dallas.

The documentary Jane is showing at the Magnolia at the Modern in Fort Worth Dec. 22-23.

Tom and Eddie are new residents of Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Hutchins.

The official state Arbor Day celebration will be held on Nov. 3, at the city’s Grand Central Park.

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