Texas Children in Nature

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Texas Children in Nature

Since Texas is such a BIG state, we’ve divided into Regions so that we can team up, support local events, and work at getting more people outside.

Website: http://texaschildreninnature.org/
Location: Texas
Members: 10
Latest Activity: Oct 3, 2013

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How did your 2012 Let's G.O. (Get Outside) event go?!

We're so excited to hear about your April events! Please join the Let's G.O.! (Get Outside) group and post your stories and photos.Haven't heard of Let's G.O.! yet? It's not too late!Everyone can…Continue

Started by Daniella (Donna) Drader Apr 17, 2012.

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Comment by Suz Lipman on October 3, 2013 at 10:39am

Hello Texans, In response to nature-deficit disorder, Texas Parks and Wildlife is hosting a Camping 101 Workshop this Sat, 10/5. Info here:

http://www.childrenandnature.org/news/detail/texas_parks_and_wildli...

Comment by Suz Lipman on May 24, 2012 at 1:17pm

This might be of interest: Programs Aim to Introduce Dallas Ft. Worth Kids to Mother Nature.

Comment by Tom Kirwan on October 9, 2011 at 9:31am

The Flower Mound is a terrific location for a Wildflower Walk with your children during Texas Native Plant Week, October 16 - October 22.

Wildflowers blooming on The Mound this week are: Mexican Hat, White Prairie Clover, Saw Leaf Daisy, Spiderwort, Blue Sage, Purple Horsemint, and Goldenrod. 

Natural trail starting at the southwest corner of The Mound leads to the summit and then back down to the southeast corner.  Enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the Dallas skyline from the summit while looking to the southeast. 

Free.  Self-guided.  Hike to summit takes less than 15 minutes.  Easy to moderate incline.  Parking available in adjacent shopping center.

 

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