Throughout the year, the Natural Resources Division provides many programs and events for Frisco residents. These programs and events are designed so that you, as a resident, will have a better understanding of how to protect, preserve, and conserve our natural resources.
Nature Programs and Events
Saturday, October 30, 2021: ArborFest & Buffalo Stomp
9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Frisco Commons Park
Join the City of Frisco, Urban Forestry Board and Frisco Garden Club for ArborFest and Buffalo Stomp, our annual celebration of forests and prairies! The event includes a tree planting ceremony, guided educational tree tour, and seed scattering. Questions? Contact the Natural Resources Division.
Natural Resources Workshops
Friday, October 22, 2021: Fall into Flower Gardening
12-1 p.m. at The Grove at Frisco Commons
As the growing season comes to an end, learn how to winterize your landscape, control pesky winter weeds, and how and when to water your landscape in the fall and winter. Sherrian Jones, Collin County Master Gardener, presents this free and informative presentation full of fall flower gardening tips! Register for the class here.
"Nature in Your Neighborhood" Virtual Program Series
The "Nature in Your Neighborhood" virtual program series gives you the tools you need to explore Frisco's natural areas! Each episode, we'll bring you a new topic and we'll provide a companion Explorer Guide, which you can download below. We hope you'll take some time this week to Play Naturally!