Camp Fire needs your help to plant 25,000 daffodil bulbs by the Trinity River in Fort Worth. If you can dig in the dirt, you can be a part of Camp Fire First Texas’ legacy project in celebration of the Centennial year.
Saturday, Nov. 1, 10am-4pm
Sunday, Nov. 2, 11am-3pm
Choose your arrival time at CampFireFW.org or call 817-831-2111 for more details.
Green Source DFW, a project of the Memnosyne Institute, is hosting its first-ever fundraising 5K run. The inaugural Run for the Environment will be held Oct. 11, 2014 at Cedar Hill State Park.
The event will be timed on a measured course.
We are seeking sponsors, volunteers, musicians and vendors.
Proceeds will support Green Source DFW and its mission to...
Part of the North Texas Innovative Technology & Diversity Summit. This two-day summit [Aug. 6-7] brings together national and local industry leaders, corporate executives, technology experts, entrepreneurs and business owners. In addition, NTITDS will also honor and award outstanding women in technology and the leading innovative small business in North Texas.
Over 93 percent of CEOs now see sustainability as vital to their company’s future success, but many still don’t know how to implement it. What leadership models and building blocks should executives and managers consider when leading for sustainability? Leading for the Triple Bottom Line will explore key strategies and tactics for embedding sustainability into your corporate culture and...
Industry-focused conference that brings solid waste professionals the latest education, advancements and products to help achieve success in business. Hosted by the Solid Waste Association of North America.
Citizen's Climate Lobby is a nonprofit 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 of us from the DFW chapter...
Drip irrigation is 90 percent more efficient, inexpensive and easy to install. Drip systems promote healthy plants and conserve water use. Learn how to install your own system. Register online. If class is full, contact Gary Cocke at 972-769-4216 to be added to the wait list. Free.
Meet venomous snakes of our area through pictures, stories and even a specimen. Learn to identify them and discuss how to stay safe when you're outdoors. You'll hear stories of encounters with all our venomous species, including rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, copperheads and coral snakes. Free (with paid admission-$2-$5).
Groups, families and individuals can choose any of the locations listed in the registration form as a cleanup location. All volunteers are invited to the after party at the Panther Island Pavilion with free food, door prizes and entertainment.
All are welcome to volunteer for this project of the Coppell Senior Center Boomer Green Team. Free.