Topic: Environment

This regional event will celebrate the Ray Roberts Greenbelt through experiential outdoor activities, live music and good food. Attendees can test their skills at archery, climbing, kayaking, biking, and geo-caching; view demonstrations by historians and craftsmen of the Cross Timbers eco-region; or take a carriage ride down the Greenbelt Trail. Kids will enjoy birds of prey and reptile...

Environmental festival featuring green vendors, organizations and busineses. Food, music, children's activities. Free.

Family-friendlly 1-mile walk/run/bike/skate. Participants can also learn about recycling through activities and displays. Concrete trail. Strollers welcome. Free. 

There may still be a chance to save the Fort Worth Prairie Park despite the recent sale of the property to developers. All are invited to brainstorm and plan our next steps. David Bezanson with the Nature Conservancy will be in town and we will discuss what we found...

Join UNT Sustainability at this premier networking event for professionals in the DFW Metroplex. Enjoy cheese and chocolate fondue at The Melting Pot while meeting individuals from the public and private sector and from various industries to start conversations that build long-lasting partnerships. Cost: $15. Info: Meredith.Bard@unt.edu.

This is a monthly gathering of environmentalists in DFW, formerly known as the Clean Air Meetup.

Smitty from Public Citizen will be coming from Austin for the meeting.

Here are some of the agenda items to be covered:

• Fracking/Earthquakes
- Hear about the town hall meeting that happened in Reno/Azle with KERA
• Proposed Marvin Nichols Reservoir
- What's...

Delve beyond butterflies and learn about one of nature’s “other pollinators,” the moth. Learn about fascinating behaviors, adaptations and diversity in the moth world from entomologist John Watts. $15.

Earn CPE Credits while learning how to bring plants into your classroom and curriculum. Plants in your social studies lesson and botany in your math lessons will help your students appreciate the natural world while they learn. Appropriate for elementary educators. $15. Register online or at 214-428-7476 x343.

Explore Dogwood Canyon, meet new friends, and learn more about the canyon from an environmental educator. On the second Saturday of each month, your guide will provide a fun-filled experience sharing knowledge of the canyon’s flora, fauna, history and geology. 

Free. RSVP required. Call for time.

Info: 469-526-1980 or DCAC@Audubon.org...

Dr. Armendariz is a former SMU professor and EPA administrator and currently with the Sierra Club, as senior campaign representative for the Beyond Coal Campaign. Info: MortonIsis@aol.com.