Keep Trophy Club Wild - Open House January 31

Posted by April Reiling on Dec 19, 2014
Tags: Community, Events, Parks, Volunteer, Trophy Club Park, Trophy Club Gives, Recreation

Article submitted by Keep Trophy Club Wild, Inc.

Keep Trophy Club Wild (KTCW) was newly established in January 2014 and is a nonprofit organization, run by volunteers and funded by membership dues, individual and corporate donations, and grants.

KTCW wants to protect and preserve approximately 450 acres of undisturbed conservation area inside the Trophy Club Park (south from the main gate). Our purpose and goal is for the  "education, preservation, conservation, recreation and restoration" of this pristine area.

Through our mission, we hope to promote public awareness and enthusiasm for this hidden local treasure with interactive programs, events, classes and an informative website. Our programs and events are geared toward including environmental education and research in an outdoor atmosphere; encouraging students from public, preschool, private and home schools to use the facilities; promoting and maintaining the nature character of the Trophy Club Park Conservation Area (TCPCA) while raising public awareness of TCPCA as an asset to the community and surrounding areas; and to develop and maintain productive and positive relationships with the town’s Park and Recreation (P&R) Department and other organizations.

We’re still young as an organization and have met with great support from our Trophy Club community in the events we’ve held in the past year and in the programs we’ve initiated. We’re excited about the progress we’ve made in adding key amenities to the conservation area such as an outdoor classroom, Bluebird nesting boxes, and a Blue Bonnet field, prairie, native grasses and pollinator demo area. We’re hopeful to have more of our great community involved in our growing future, together!

Get to know KTCW!

Saturday, January 31, 2015
10 a.m. – 12 noon
                Trophy Club Fire Station (Training Room)
                   295 Trophy Club Drive

Talk with volunteers, engage in interactive booths and displays featuring: Watershed project, Boy Scout & Girl Scout projects, Master Naturalist/Master Gardener/Native Plant Society, Bluebird Monitoring, Hiking Group and Trails, to name just a few. Refreshments will be served. We’ll have give-aways for adults and kids, as well as a raffle with some fun prizes! Come join us for a good time and get to know KTCW and see how you can get involved and support this wonderful organization! 

Please visit our website ( for more in-depth information about our organization. Thank you!