Chuckwagon SOLD OUT
Chuckwagon is the Charles Moore Foundation's annual enchilada and margarita dinner. It is simply a time for everyone to come together to enjoy good food and each other's presence.
Proceeds support the foundation's ongoing architectural preservation and landscape projects. Join us!
Diana Keller Aldridge & Frank Aldridge
Jeffrey Chusid (Ithaca, New York)
Sandy Fiedorek & David Heymann
Nancy & Richard Jennings
Laura & Spence Kass (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk & Tom Cronk
Betty & Duncan Osborne
Eugene Sepulveda & Steven Tomlinson
Connie & Samuel Pate
Janis & Joe Pinnelli
Alex & Robbie Robinette
Pamela Sztybel & Skip Stein (New York, New York)
Eliza Thomas & Ted Young
Margot & Grant Thomas
Judy Willcott & Laurance Miller
Maria & Darren Woody
The Charles Moore Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Contributions are tax-deductible according to law.
A few of the projects we completed in 2015...
New entry roof and skylight...
New galvanized eave and exterior blind to protect the Opium Den window from Texas thunderstorms and UV damage...
Courtyard fascias and finials...
New galvanized property fence...
Hal's Box Trot doors, trusses, and hoist pulley...
50 new trees and foliage specimens...
Timber Buddha's Belly Bamboo screen...
Quarry Road agave and prickly pear propagation...
Tree and limb removal...
Goat herd weed eradication...
Jill Nokes, an authority on the native plants of Texas, will be offering a clinic about establishing, propagating, and nurturing urban grasslands. A part of the program will be devoted to studying the Moore Foundation site so that suitable native grasses and wildflowers can be selected for its own conversion into a drought tolerant landscape.
Wear heavy shoes and long pants to guard against poison ivy.
Scarlet Flax (Linum rubrum) and and Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis) blossoming in the wildflower test area the Moore Foundation seeded in October 2015.