Grow Your Knowledge
We all learn from someone or inspired by our curiosity, interests, experiments, or observations. Rarely do we come upon knowledge out of nothing. Take time to learn about the native plant community where you live and you will soon love and want to conserve it. Then, share your knowledge with others!
Participate in Changing the Community
You can make a difference, both in your home landscape and as a role model in the community that encourages others to positive actions that restore and protect our native landscapes. Become an advocate for Native Plants = Healthy Habitats !
Get Out in Nature
If you get outside and see native plants, you will come to appreciate them. So visit one of these sites to learn more about what is native in our part of North Central Texas.
Click to see: Map of Native Places
Many of our local North Central chapter members are experts in areas of interest to you. Some are experienced plant propagators, some are educators, others are knowledgeable about local plants, still others have a deep knowledge of local wildlife and their reliance on native plants. Come to a meeting to tap into these resources to guide you on your journey to change the community, one landscape at a time!
Click: Meeting Info
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