Topic: Environment

The North Texas Emerging Professionals offers local brews, networking and a little friendly competition. Individual: $25, Team: $250, Spectators: Free.

Citizen's Climate Lobby (CCL) is a non-profit nonpartisan organization working on creating the political will for a livable world. CCL's mission is to empower normal citizens, who care about their world, to engage in conversations with their elected officials.

On June 24, five members of the DFW chapter went to Capital Hill in DC and met with Texan congressmen....

The Native Prairies Association of Texas is starting a chapter in Fort Worth. Prairie enthusiasts, master naturalists, bird watchers, landowners, educators and anyone else interested in prairies is welcome. 

Info: Jo Ann Collins, joacollins@gmail.com or 817-689-0098.

Celebrate National Moth Week with local entomologists Dale Clark and Michael Cook, black lights and bugs. Last year we discovered many flying, jumping, buzzing creatures. Bring mosquito repellent and a flash light. Please don't wear white clothing since we will be using black lights. No fee; suggested Preserve donation $3.

The Texas Water Development Board created by Prop 6 will hold a public meeting to take comments on proposed rules to spend the State Water Fund. Those unable to attend can see the plan and submit comments before Sept. 14 at http://www.twdb.texas.gov/swift/involved/index.asp...

Monthly gathering of DFW environmental groups and activists. Items to be discussed.

1)  Denton and the Fracking ban – Learn the blow by blow of Denton City Council that night.  Find out what other cities in Texas are thinking about the same thing.

2)  ALEC what happened around this Koch-funded group coming to town

3)  Dallas Green...

Teachers earn 3 CPE credits. Workshop includes door-prizes, classroom give-aways and every teacher receives a CD with resources. Workshop limited to first 30 registrants. 

 Get your first step into the ‘cool’ of recycling. Teach students how to make recycling easy and the importance of the Earth as a resource we can and should take care for. Learn about the 4Rs of recycling,...

Workshop includes door prizes, classroom giveaways and every teacher receives a CD with re- sources. Workshop limited to first 30 registrants.

This workshop is for educators with a passion for gardening with children. It will cover the basics of school-year organic gardening, how to connect school curriculum to gardening activities, gather ideas for school garden programs and how to...

Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. During this outstanding hands-on workshop, participants will be provided with two curriculum guides filled with more than 150 easy to use educational activities. Incorporate powerful techniques and methods for teaching problem solving and decision-making skills to students. All...

Part of the Environmental Education Workshop Series. 

During this workshop, participants will experience the wetland classes taught at the Center. During Wetland Ecology participants will observe and collect data, determining water quality through biotic and abiotic parameters. Plants - Work Horse of the Wetland will give participants the opportunity to identify the key plants of...