The regional area where we are concentrating our efforts is
broadly defined as North Central Texas. However, since we have
combined the forces of the two local urban forestry councils to
accomplish this task, the region will more accurately be described
as a combination of both council's regions.
WEST: The Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council (CTUFC) -
Our Western Region: Archer,
Clay, Cooke, Denton, Erath, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Montague, Palo
Pinto, Parker Somerville, Stevens, Tarrant, Wichita, Wise and
Young counties in North Central Texas. Bounded by a natural
geophysical region with unique geology, geography, flora and fauna.
Cross-Timber Prairies Region.
EAST: The Trinity Blacklands Urban
Forestry Council (TBUFC) -
Our Eastern Region: Collin,
Dallas, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt, Kaufman and Rockwall
counties in North Central Texas. Bounded by a natural geophysical
region with unique geology, geography, flora and fauna.
Blackland Prairies Region.
Map of the Texas Tree Trails Region.
An of the DFW region
lists our currently active Tree Trail Virtual Tours by indicating
the geographical locations with a push pin and a pop-up description. Click on
the push-pin link to navigate to the Virtual Tour of your chosen Tree
Trail. Click here for the
Tree Tails Tabular List
Our regional Tree Trails are also listed in tabular form. Each
listing is a hyperlink that initiates a Virtual Tour of the chosen
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Champion Tree Trail
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Champion Tree Trail
More Trails Coming ...
A Tree Trails Glossary is available for
explanation of botanical terms used in tree descriptions along the
way during the virtual tours. You may want to jot down the more
unfamiliar terms and look them up later.