BRIT Reads Book Club
If you love to read and you're passionate about botany, natural history, sustainability, and other similar topics, then join us the third Monday of each month for the BRIT Reads Book Club. This informal group meets from noon - 1 pm in the BRIT Library. Bring your lunch and bring a friend and come tell us what you thought about our book of the month. No time to read but still want to hear what people have to say about a particular book? No problem! We'd love to have you!
The Forest Unseen
Girl Scout Saturdays
Girl Scouts GROWing Stronger
Join us at BRIT and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden for Girl Scout Saturdays!
Girl Scout Saturdays provide scouts the opportunity to complete badge requirements through experiential, nature based workshops. Please note: petals or badges are not available on site; they can be purchased at the GS store or online.
Click here to see our fall Girl Scout Saturday guide.
Introduction to Floral Design
Cutting and Pressing
Come and GROW with us in our outdoor classrooms at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and BRIT! Homeschool Day is a custom experience designed to assist exploration for homeschool students and energize their quest to discover more!
We encourage parents to stay with younger children if you have children in different grade levels.
Fall Homeschool Day
Winter Homeschool Day
With both the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens and the Botanical Research Institute of Texas as educational resources, GROW offers hands-on, nature-based educational programming to local families. For this season, Seedlings and Little Sprouts are back in the Garden, and don’t forget about Bella’s Book & Nature Club and Bella’s Saturday Story Time at BRIT. We are also offering Family Exploration Saturdays! Come and GROW with us!
Hike with GROW Girl
Hike with GROW Girl
FWBG Staff Visit BRIT Library
Summer in Paradise: Preserving Plant Genomes across Texas
Rows (and Rose) of Wood!
Botanists Amidst the Texas Flora: A GGI Summer Fellowship
Peter Fritsch Reporting on Field Research in the Philippines
Hours and Location