Welcome

Our mission is to maintain and restore horticulture in the five historic parks of Oak Cliff,

 to provide educational and social activities that promote the love of gardening, to advocate for conservation and a greater appreciation of the environment,

 and to back public policies that support our goals.


Here you will find a wealth of information about the history of the parks in our area as well as our volunteer activities supporting the restoration of the horticulture 

and the protection of the WPA architecture within our five historic parks.


Please check our calendar for information about our weekly activities supporting this mission.
We hope you will graciously consider becoming a valued member of the Friends of Oak Cliff Parks.


Thank you for visiting!

About Us

Leadership

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Our Parks

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Special Events

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Volunteer Calendar

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Articles

Virus Destroys Rose Gardens

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Kidd Springs’ Secret Garden

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National Garden Club Awards

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So Much More Than Gardening

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Volunteer Log-in

Keep Track of your hours here: 

Tree ID Walk

What: Tree ID Walk

Where: Kiest Conservation Area (corner of Kiest and Hampton)

When: Sunday, October 6th,  11:30 - 12:30

Program: Tree ID Walk - lead by City of Dallas Urban Forester Karen Woodard

Learn All About Pollinators

What:District X Garden Club Inc. Fall Convention   “Pollinators”

When: Wednesday, November 6th, 9:30am start time

Where: Maracas Cocina Mexicana, 2914 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226

Hosted by: The Oak Cliff Garden Forum and it’s member clubs