The 2013 Trinity River Photo Contest is in full swing. The new places to photograph include a wide variety of locations throughout the Trinity River corridor. Select “About” and “Explore the Trinity” to see how the Trinity can capture your imagination and get you active and outdoors! For all the contest details, see the information below.2012 Winners | 2011 Winners | 2010 Winners
Over 14,000 pounds of trash and debris was pulled out of the forest areas and inlet waterways at the Elm Fork. The 200 volunteers from CVS/Caremark plus worked tirelessly to pull the massive amounts of trash out of the area. The land is an urban wilderness area and one the City hopes to someday use for a variety of recreational purposes. The current illegal dumping and trash that accumulates during high rain events is ruining the habitat for Texas native plants, trees and wildlife. David Lamb, a CVS employee, kayaked in a swamp area picking up sack after sack of discarded items. Water from the Trinity also goes through the inlet waterway system to the Bachman Water Treatment plant for public use.