by Danielle LoPresti, class of 2018

This year’s Spring project will be held at Cedar Ridge Preserve.

Since 1975, the 600 acre Cedar Ridge Preserve (formerly known as Dallas Nature Center) has been a hidden gem within the metroplex, solely focusing on maintaining and restoring the natural ecological conditions to protect the land and its native plants and wildlife.

Come out and join fellow Master Naturalists as we help to further this cause.

Place: Cedar Ridge Preserve
Cedar Ridge Preserve | Audubon Dallas
7171 Mountain Creek Pkwy.
Dallas, TX 75249

Map: Cedar Ridge Preserve – Google Maps

Date: April 15th
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm (work day)
12:00pm – 1:00pm (lunch and AT presentation*)

We will be partnering with the Conservation-in-Action volunteers to clear the prairie along the Escarpment Trail of invasives in preparation for future planting.

*AT presentation to be given by the President of the Prairie & Timbers Audubon Society, Mike Cameron

Things to bring:
– Sack lunch & lawn chair (beverages provided)
– Work gloves
– Pruning shears, loppers, shovels, sharpshooters, saws
– Bug spray & sunscreen

Please sign-up at the following link if you’d like to join us:

VH – “Big Chapter Project: TMN Report Hours”
AT – “AT: NTX: Other Pre-approved”
Feel free to reach out with any questions.
Danielle LoPresti – – 972-523-7277