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To help transform Dallas’ Trinity River Corridor into a nationally-recognized conservation and recreation area that will serve as a magnet for environmentally-sensitive economic activity
Helping people reconnect
Trinity Nature Conservancy
a new label called the "Trinity Nature Park" in order to suggest this is not just a forest to be either managed or left alone, but instead is a place for people to go and use for recreation purposes.
the boundaries of the area to be included in the proposed Trinity Nature Park that would be the Great Trinity Forest plus adjacent land that has natural significance.
with land-use professionals to compile a master plan for the proposed Trinity Nature Park that has three components (1) conservation, (2) recreation, and (3) economic activity. Unlike most other master plans developed for this area, our master plan will include both the cost of implementing the steps and the recommended source of funding for implementation.
the best ideas for how the proposed Trinity Nature Park can be conserved and used for nature-oriented recreation.
the master plan with a timeline that begins work in 2016 and extends in time segments of 2, 5, and 10 years. The goal of all of these efforts is to create a Trinity Nature Park that will re-label the city of Dallas as a nature-center worthy of visiting both by local residents and by those across the globe who have a need to convene with nature.