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#1 elpingüino


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Posted 30 October 2020 - 08:29 PM

The original post was in the Tandy Hills thread, but a separate thread makes sense since the overall program is more widespread.

Luke Ranker has lots of details about both the Tandy Hills plan and the city's long-term program to prioritize and preserve other properties still in their natural state.


Here's a follow-up article.
As concrete sprawls, Fort Worth plans to spend millions to save land from development

Fort Worth officials are moving forward with plans to identify and potentially acquire natural areas for preservation before developers buy up the land. The Open Space Conservation Program bought Broadcast Hill this summer and now the City Council can spend up to $16 million from the oil and gas fund for natural area acquisitions.

Open Space leaders are seeking public feedback through an online survey that will close at the end of November. https://web.tplgis.o...orth-openspace/

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Posted 25 August 2021 - 09:02 AM

Has anyone heard of an update on this initiative? The TPL link above still has a June 2021 release date for the policy report (as of the end of August).

#3 Urbndwlr


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Posted 09 September 2021 - 09:58 PM

Would like to learn more.

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