Nature

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Mar 28 - 11:26am

by Linda Blackwell Simmons and Kendall Louis It’s a much-needed sunny Friday afternoon in March at the Rolling Hills Tree Farm when Will Pemberton shows us around. The crew leader at the city’s municipal tree farm since 1994, he knows almost every inch of the 71-acre piece of property...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Mar 22 - 4:15pm

by Andrew Van Heusden A new community park is coming to North Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth received an additional $1 million grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission to build Alliance Park, located south of Highway 114 and east of Interstate 35 West. The department had received...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:16am

Iconic long-distance hikes like the Appalachian Trail to the east and the Pacific Crest Trail to the west have always evoked a sense of adventure in those who favor the thrill of a never-ending footpath. The Appalachian Trail, covering more than 2,180 miles across 14 states from Georgia to Maine,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:34am

Sometimes it’s nice to leave the polished, air-conditioned office for a few days to unwind in the natural beauty of the outdoors. But for some, the idea of swatting mosquitos out of a tent and digging holes to do their business makes camping seem less exciting. Thankfully for places like...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Apr 12 - 4:19pm

No, it’s not just a musical. Hamilton is also the name of a burgeoning Canadian city sporting a mix of natural and urban attractions. And also water. Lots of water.

About six or seven years ago, Hamilton, Ontario, would have been considered a hidden gem by some, but one local business owner says the area, though still a gem, isn’t so hidden anymore. “There’s a vibe that hasn’t been here for so many years that is here now,” said...