Events & Programs at Tandy Hills
Our signature outdoor education program
Beginning in 2010, FOTHNA teamed up with Fort Worth ISD, City of Fort Worth Parks & Community Services Department and Cross Timbers Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists program for field investigation trips at one of the few remaining native prairie habitats in Fort Worth.
It's a new year and a new you. Time once again to test your mettle! Our goal is to hike border-to border-to-border-to-border, tracing the steel cable that defines the 160 acre boundary of Tandy Hills Natural Area.
New Year's Day - Thursday, January 1, 2015; 10:00 am
One day a year Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area hosts a Brush Bash to clear sections of the prairie of invasive and unwanted trees, brush and trash. Your help REALLY makes a difference!
Small is beautiful at Tandy Hills in early March when the rare, beautiful and diminutive Trout Lily blooms (we hope). Master Naturalists lead an annual expedition to find this harbinger of Spring.
The 10th annual Prairie Fest is a free outdoor festival celebrating the natural world at the Best Place to see wildflowers in north Texas.
Prairie Fest 2015 will be Saturday, April 25; 11am to Sunset