Topic: Environment

Self-guided tour of homes west of Central/75, south of LBJ/635 and north of downtown Dallas, highlighting practices of sustainability. Maps for tour $10. Sold day of event at Recycle Revolution.

Info: Trinity Haymarket at 214 202-2163.  Proceeds benefit GROW North Texas.

Fundraiser supporting Libby Willis, candidate for Texas State Senator, District 10. Willis is running for the office that Wendy Davis formerly held. Tickets: $40. 

Suggested donor contribution: $100 - $500.

RSVP: Larry Goodman, 817-875-0320 or larry-goodman@sbcglobal.net.

Monthly environmental activities hosted by Trinity Environmental Academy, led by certified teachers and founders of Trinity Environmental Academy. Fun, hands-on activities for ages 4-10. Snacks and water provided.

This month's theme: Signs of Fall.

Free. Info: 469-554-6320 or TriEA2015@gmail.com. 

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Experience the beauty of fall on the prairie as LLELA staff lead a two-hour walking tour. Minimum age 10 years. Registration required: 972-219-3930 or LisaCole@unt.edu. $10.

Experience the beauty of fall on the prairie as LLELA staff lead a two-hour walking tour. Minimum age 10 years. Registration required: 972-219-3930 or LisaCole@unt.edu. $10.

Monthly gathering of green-minded folk.

Ben Sandifer will be speaking on The Great Trinity Forest. He will share his observations on various forms of life the spring attracts and makes possible. Also, one focal point of his presentation will be about the conservation efforts of Pemberton Big Spring.

Jim Shermbeck, community organizer and director of Downwinders At Risk, will update our group about the current state of affairs on air quality in DFW and the proposals from environmental and concerned citizens to TCEQ on how to fix our nonattainment with the Clean Air Act. Jim and Downwinders at Risk have led the fight against the dirty air created by cement kilns in Midlothian for more than...

Meet at corner of Hwy 274 & CR 4042 near Tolosa Baptist Church and the feed store, South Hwy 274 between Kemp and Tool. Closest address: 19101 Texas Hwy 274, Kemp, TX 75143

Organizers have booth spaces open for crafters who would like to offer for sale their crafts made of recycled items. There is a $30 fee for a 10-foot-by-10-foot space. 

Additionally, there are several free spaces open for non-profit environmental groups to pass out information about their organizations, their projects, their issues...