Education & Outreach

We recognize the importance of environmental stewardship and know 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 and Outreach team visits local schools, scout troops, homeowners associations, and hosts our own free educational events to promote environmental stewardship. Programing includes Waste Management & Recycling, Natural Resources, and Water Conservation. We host  WaterWise workshops throughout the year with local experts. Topics include irrigation, pruning, gardening, composting, and more. Younger residents (ages 5-10) can participate in our Junior Ranger Program 

New! View our curriculum guide (PDF) to learn about all of our free programs for schools and educational institutions. 

Upcoming Events & Workshops

We are creating new opportunities to play naturally in Frisco! See you in the New Year! 

Annual Events

Buffalo Stomp - November 2, 2024
Trick A Trout - February 10, 2024
City Nature Challenge - April 26-29, 2024

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Buffalo Stomp - Wildflower Seed Planting

Two young boys stomp seed balls

City Nature Challenge



A mother and daughter fish together.