Tuesday, September 12 at 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Brandon Belcher, North Texas Preserves Manager for TNC, says “The plant community on this particular remnant is incredibly diverse and shows many of the ‘indicator’ species known in the area thought to only grow in a true prairie are abundant on Mathews Prairie in summer.”
Everyone is invited to join the field trip. The group will meet at a location in Floyd near US 380 and carpool to the site. Please RSVP here. Attendance space is limited. Please check this page for developments. While you are there, please like the Fort Worth and Blackland chapter pages.
The Blackland chapter will visit Paul Mathews Prairie sometime in October.
Donating to NPAT’s capital campaign will mean you help save this rare prairie for future generations. Join with other naturalists around the state. Please visit our donation page.
As part of your donation, be a true prairie defender and also join NPAT. Memberships support all of the 4K acres that NPAT currently protect through ownership or easements. You can be an owner of your very own prairie! You’ll have access to great education, field days, and workdays at all of our prairies.
Hope to see you on the 12th!