• A Photo Tour of India

    Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    Carol Roark and Lon Burnam visited India on the Sierra Club's "Treasures, Tigers, and the Taj Mahal, India" trip in February 2019. Carol will share her photographs of wild tigers (!) and other wildlife along with India's cultural treasures and daily life. They'll both talk about the important issues facing India in the twenty-first century. We have a potluck dinner at 6:30 so bring a dish to share. Please bring your own cup.

  • Huge Recycling Event

    801 W Jessamine St

    Bring all your old electronics, textiles, EPS aka Styrofoam, old children's bikes, and used school/office supplies and furniture to be properly recycled or reused. Textile recycling benefits Daggett Montessori. Staff parking lot on Hemphill just south of Jessamine.

  • Green Drinks/Meet & Greet

    Shaw's Patio Bar & Grill

    We will meet and greet for happy hour. Happy Hour runs from 4 till 7. We will be outside on the patio. May 28 is the anniversary of the founding of the Sierra Club in 1892.

  • Birds, Bees, and Butterflies: Gardening for Wildlife

    Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    Daniel Cunningham with Water University: Texas A&M AgriLife Research Extension Service will present Birds, Bees and Butterflies: Gardening for Wildlife. Native and Adapted plants are not only beautiful, water-efficient additions to your landscape, but hey can be useful tools to attract beneficial wildlife as well! Learn ways to attract and provide habitat for butterflies, song birds, hummingbirds, bees and other animals that bring your landscape to life with activity! If you'd like to keep your landscape well-manicured, or if you take a more naturalistic approach, we have tips to meet your needs, suit your taste and capture your imagination! We have a potluck dinner at 6:30 so bring a dish to share. Please bring your own cup.

  • April General Meeting - Green Tip Guy

    Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    Jason Winningham, 'Green Tip Guy', give you tips and tricks on how to live a more sustainable life. Also, mayoral candidate Deborah Peoples and Tarrant Regional Water District Board candidate Gary Moates will be in attendance. We have a potluck at 6:30, so bring a dish to share. Bring your own cup! Drinks provided.

  • Car Camp Mineral Wells State Park

    Needs a location

    Fri. –Sat. April 12-14 Car Camp Mineral Wells State Park, Mineral Wells, TX. Camp for two nights in this beautiful state park about 1 hour west of Fort Worth. We will hike Sat. and enjoy the amenities of the park. There is a lake if you fish as well as boats to rent. You must contact trip leader to register ([masked]) Clicking yes on the Meetup site does not reserve your place. You will need to make your own camping reservation (website: https://texasstateparks.reserveamerica.com or by phone (512)[masked]. As of Feb. 15, there were several tent sites in the equestrian area and two sites with water and electricity. Leader: Claudia Blalock,[masked] or [masked]

  • Fundraiser for Mary Kelleher & Gary Moates for TRWD

    Panther Island Brewing

    Join us after FW Earth Party to help Mary Kelleher's bid to return to the Tarrant Regional Water District Board. The TRWD's Panther Island Project lacks transparency and should be scaled back. It is far over-budget and has taken way too much time. Mary wants to get the TRWD out of development and back to its core mission: flood control, water supply, and recreation. Meet Mary and learn about her platform and goals for the TRWD and the Panther Island Project. Gary Moates will also be in attendance. He is seeking a seat on the TRWD board as well. Check out his FB page: Vote Moates for Tarrant Regional Water District Board. Make your donations here: http://turntexasgreen.org/ and click on "Donate" or bring a check & make it out to "Sierra Club Political Committee of Texas". You an also donate directly to Mary's and Gary's campaign with cash or check.

  • Volunteer with the Sierra Club @ Earth Party

    Panther Island Pavilion

    Volunteer with us at Earth Party. Let us know if you want to volunteer for a shift. You will inform guests about our group, what we do, when we meet, etc; sell merchandise; and assist children with making tree cookie necklaces. Event details here: http://fortworthtexas.gov/cowtowncleanup/

  • Cowtown Great American Cleanup

    3295 Overton Park Dr E

    Please join the Fort Worth Sierra Club for the Cowtown Great American Cleanup on March 30, 2019. We will be cleaning up the banks & creek bottom of the tributary that runs through Foster Park to the Trinity River. We will meet at the park near the intersection of Overton Park Dr E and Bellaire at 8:00 am. Look for a maroon Honda Accord with the Sierra Club banner. We’ll start our trash cleanup project under the bridge at Bellaire and Overton Park Dr W. Please wear long pants, a long shirt and shoes that can get muddy. Be sure to bring water, a snack and sunscreen. We will pick up trash from 8:00 - 11:00 am unless we fill up our bags before then. You must register using the link below. Select Fort Worth Sierra Club as the group you are joining. I will pick up trash bags, gloves, tickets for the Earth Party and t-shirts for those who register with the group. If you don’t register with the group, you are still welcome to join us but you will need to pick up your own supplies from the city. Register here: http://fortworthtexas.gov/cowtowncleanup/ Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/uD9h9cGXbYE2

  • Sierra Club @ the TCU Rhino Run

    2850 Stadium Dr

    Join us in support of TCU's Rhino Initiative. To register: https://runsignup.com/Race/TX/FortWorth/TheTCURhinoRun and select "Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club" as your team.