Every 2nd Saturday
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Ned and Genie Fritz Texas Buckeye Trail Project in Blair Park
Join us to restore the lost trails of Blair Park. This project is a collaboration between: Dallas Parks & Recreation, Trinity Coalition, North Texas Master Naturalists (NTMN), Bonton Neighborhood Association, Boy Scouts of America Troop #914.
Location: Blair Park 6915 Bexar St. Dallas Texas 75215
- Liberate the Texas Buckeye (Aesculus glabra var. arguta) grove from the invasive Chinese Privet (Ligustrum sinense Lour)
- Involve the Bonton neighborhood and find leaders to join our volunteer team
To SIGN UP: Click HERE
Questions? Contact Kristi Kristi@TrinityCoalition.org
(across from Bonton Farms)
Extra parking on Saturdays: Buckeye Trail Commons Early Head Start 6717 Bexar Street, Dallas, TX 75215
This project is a collaboration with Dallas Parks & Recreation (DPAR), Trinity Coalition, North Texas Master Naturalists (NTMN), and Bonton Neighborhood Association.
We are liberating the Texas Buckeye soft surface trail from the invasive plant, Chinese Privet. Also some litter pick-up - which is an easier task.
Please contact Kristi with questions
Please bring water to drink, wear closed toe shoes, long pants and a long sleeve over shirt. We have gloves, loppers, trash grabbers and other supplies.
Optional lunch at The Market at Bonton Farms.
All volunteers must sign a DPAR waiver from the City of Dallas to work on city property. Per DPAR, only hand tools are allowed for use by volunteers.
We following all direction from Dallas Parks & Recreation (DPAR) and the Trinity Coalition Beautification Agreement.
To learn more:
Saturday dates for trail work from 10a-12:30p
rain date March 18
Rain date April 15
Rain date May 20(if over 85 degrees, we will change time to earlier in the day)
Break for 2023 summer heat.
The Trinity Coalition is dedicated
to Providing Conservation through Recreation
About Trinity Coalition
The Trinity Coalition is dedicated to improving the Trinity River, its parks and forests.
We envision a day when the Trinity River is one of the most valued natural assets in Texas.
Our Board of Directors is comprised of nature-loving, conservation-minded community leaders.