Our team recognizes the importance of environmental stewardship and knows the greatest resource we have in Frisco are our residents! It is vital that our residents have opportunities to learn about nature and the importance of water conservation and litter abatement.
Our education team visits local schools, scout troops, homeowners associations, and hosts our own educational events to promote environmental stewardship. We created programs for our younger residents to participate in such as Nature Explorers and the Junior Ranger Program. Additionally, we host workshops throughout the year with local experts with topics such as tree trimming, gardening, composting, and more.
Saturday, May 14: Tree Tour with Urban Forestry Board
9 to 11 a.m. at Caddo Trail (8220 Wade Blvd. Frisco, TX 75034)
Join Frisco's Urban Forestry Board on a tree tour of Caddo Trail! This program will discuss why urban forests are important, what species are found in the park, and how you can help protect their future. The hike is approximately one mile long over flat terrain, and is great for families. This program is free and open to the public. No registration is required.
More education and outreach opportunities coming soon!