Our next meeting is scheduled for March 19, 2014. If you would like to attend the meeting, please notify our President, Mary Graves, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to make sure we have enough chairs for everyone.
Please note: There will be no meeting in April or May, 2014.
TXHTC in the News!
See Indian Marker Tree researchers Steve Houser and Dennis Downes talk about a great tree in the metroplex!
Learn more about Dennis Downes’ visit to Dallas on our
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The Texas Historic Tree Coalition is a non-profit, local citizens’ group advocating the recognition and celebration of significant and historic trees. Our goal is to find, research and honor the stories these living legacies have told, and continue to tell, for generations.
We’re passionate about bringing the story of significant trees to the public. As a coalition of volunteers, we seek the best information available from historians, arborists, archaeologists, anthropologists, environmentalists, and other experts in relevant fields. We strive to be the go-to group for people who need resources and help in recognizing irreplaceable trees in their community. The Dallas Historic Tree Coalition has received the National Arbor Day Foundation Project Award and the Texas Urban Forestry Council Project Award.
To our knowledge, we are the only group in Texas working to identify, register, and publicly recognize historic trees. We need your help!