Two magnificent trees, a pecan and a black willow, won this year’s Champion Tree award. Their owners received a plaque recognizing their trees, and commending them for taking good care of their slice of the urban forest. >> Read More
The City of Frisco’s Environmental Services and the Frisco Garden Club kicked off a new tradition recently, when they hosted the Buffalo Stomp at Freedom Meadow on Oct. 26, immediately following Shawnee Trail Cowboy Days. Organizers want the Stomp to become an annual event at Warren Sports Complex.
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Like many boys approaching their Eagle Scout project, the crowning achievement of years spent working up the ranks of the Boy Scouts, Daniel Fallgatter of Frisco often wondered what he would do to serve the community and win his Eagle badge. Then he read a story about how the 2011-2012 drought had claimed millions of trees in Texas.
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Students from Phillips Elementary School in Frisco came up with a unique kickoff for Earth Month, using garbage can lids as canvases to express their concerns about and hopes for the planet. The project challenged them to think about conservation and find a way to express their ideas using this unusual art surface. >> Read More