Fort Worth Open Space Conservation Program

Protecting Nature, Building Community


The City of Fort Worth is working to establish a new Open Space Conservation Program to help identify and protect the city’s most important natural areas for current residents and future generations. Combining GIS-based computer mapping and modeling with public input, the natural areas prioritization process will be data driven and community informed. Results will help guide where public funds could be spent to acquire and conserve high quality natural areas across the city. The Trust for Public Land is working with the City of Fort Worth and a community stakeholder group on this effort.

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