Hi all – The great 2021 Frisco seed harvest is complete, and we’ve got THE TON of seed we collected sorted, bagged, and ready for some prep work for seedball… Read More →
Rick Travis, 2018
Northwest Community Park in Frisco is largely undeveloped, with a DORBA biking trail system. It’s very rich in native grasses and flora, and has been a great source of native seed and plants for Frisco Parks prairie restoration efforts. We’ll spend September and part of October at NW park harvesting seed, which will be redistributed into the prairie restoration sites at Frisco Commons and Cottonwood Creek Parks.
by: Stephen J. O’Shea It has been almost six months since winter storm Uri blanketed Texas in a week-long freeze and, despite ample rain, many Texas trees are still showing signs of stress. Tufts of leaves give some a patchy, inverted look – while others are losing vast amounts of bark, or seemingly dying overnight – leaving many Texas home and landowners wondering what they should do. #winterstormuri #trees