See all the winning images on this site and at the Latino Cultural Center. The exhibit showcases: The Trinity: Reflections of a River now through February 22, 2014. From rainbows over the Lower Chain of Wetlands to the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the images will inspire people of all ages to visit the forest and river corridors along the Trinity River.2013 Winners | 2012 Winners | 2011 Winners | 2010 Winners
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Trinity River Wind Festival
The excitement grows at the Trinity River Wind Festival with the announcement that the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas are joining the event with their Council Bridging Ceremony and 2500 girls! Dallas will also welcome kite makers from Sendai, Japan and Weifang, China as the international kite community joins the festival. It’ free and full of fun activities and colorful show kites from throughout the Southwest. Get your kites ready and visit TrinityRiverWindFestival.com.
Southwest Airlines Trinity River Conservation Corps
Southwest Airlines, in partnership with The Trinity Trust Foundation and the City of Dallas, announced a three-year, $150,000 grant for the creation of the Trinity River conservation corps to clean and conserve Dallas' Trinity River Corridor. In 2013, more than 500 volunteers worked at the Santa Fe Trestle Trail doing clean-up and restorative work, as well as, installation of over 1500 native plant species.
Sylvan Avenue Bridge Construction Across the Trinity River
Boat ramp at Trammell Crow Park will close for the duration of the construction period View the Press Release