About

Welcome to the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center.

Located in the middle of the 2000 acre East Fork Wetland Project, the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center provides education and research opportunities pertaining to water conservation, wetland systems and wildlife management. The Center serves as the hub of environmental and social interest of man-made wetland habitats on the Rosewood Seagoville Ranch property. This includes the North Texas Municipal Water District's 2,000 acre East Fork Wetland Project, and an additional 1,200 acres of bottomland hardwood forest restoration as part of the Bunker Sands Mitigation Bank.

About Us

Mission & Staff

The Wetland Center educates the public and provides research opportunities in water quality and supply, wildlife management, and wetland systems.

Bunker Sands

History

The story of John Bunker Sands, and his construction of the Wetlands at Seagoville Ranch.

Conservation Stewardship

The East Fork Wetland serves as an excellent example of conservation.

 
 

East Fork Project

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) is meeting a pressing need for water with a unique and natural solution in Kaufman County.

Mitigation Bank

Wetlands Management,LP restore
and enhance streams and wetlands in exchange for mitigation credits.


David Keith Sands Education Fund

The Fund provides scholarships for school groups and organizations

to attend programming at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center.