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Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture presents Into The Great Trinity Forest

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The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will present some well-kept secrets should remain well-kept, while others cry out to be known. Among the latter is Dallas’ Great Trinity Forest, a 6,000-acre tract along the Trinity River that is most likely the largest urban hardwood forest in the country, and minutes away from the heartbeat of the city.

Robert Wilonsky and other champions of the Great Trinity Forest, including longtime advocate Dr. Gail Thomas and EarthX founder Trammell S. Crow, will lead this morning walk along the Ned and Genie Fritz Texas Buckeye Trail, with expert commentary and Q&A, concluding with lunch and conversation at The Market at Bonton Farms.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will present some well-kept secrets should remain well-kept, while others cry out to be known. Among the latter is Dallas’ Great Trinity Forest, a 6,000-acre tract along the Trinity River that is most likely the largest urban hardwood forest in the country, and minutes away from the heartbeat of the city.

Robert Wilonsky and other champions of the Great Trinity Forest, including longtime advocate Dr. Gail Thomas and EarthX founder Trammell S. Crow, will lead this morning walk along the Ned and Genie Fritz Texas Buckeye Trail, with expert commentary and Q&A, concluding with lunch and conversation at The Market at Bonton Farms.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will present some well-kept secrets should remain well-kept, while others cry out to be known. Among the latter is Dallas’ Great Trinity Forest, a 6,000-acre tract along the Trinity River that is most likely the largest urban hardwood forest in the country, and minutes away from the heartbeat of the city.

Robert Wilonsky and other champions of the Great Trinity Forest, including longtime advocate Dr. Gail Thomas and EarthX founder Trammell S. Crow, will lead this morning walk along the Ned and Genie Fritz Texas Buckeye Trail, with expert commentary and Q&A, concluding with lunch and conversation at The Market at Bonton Farms.

WHEN

WHERE

The Ned and Genie Texas Buckeye Trail
7000 Bexar St.
Dallas, TX 75215
http://dallasinstitute.org/into-the-great-trinity-forest/

TICKET INFO

$15-$30
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