Presenter: Michael Warriner, invertebrate biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife. Most press coverage on the bee decline is directed towards the European honeybee. Bumblebees have gone virtually unstudied despite their critical roles in agriculture and natural ecosystems. At this presentation, learn how...
How to conserve water in the urban environment is the focus of conference. While aimed at the irrigation specialist, talks include landscape design and management and plant selection for water conservation, which are of interest to the home gardener. The conference qualifies for CEU credits. Environmental Quality.
$40/until Oct 18; $55/after Oct. 18. Lunch and handouts...
Guided hike on prairie remnant that the Friends of Fort Worth Prairie is trying to save from development. See web link for info and directions.
The Quality of Life and Environment Committee of the Dallas City Council is currently working on strategies to reduce the amount of plastic bag and plastic film litter in our environment. On Monday, Oct. 14, the committee will be meeting to hear discussion on this topic.
During the meeting, there will be an...
16th annual events featuring costume parade for children & pets, butterfly releases, butterfly exhibits and interactive butterfly arts & crafts. Free,
The North Texas Electric Auto Association’s goal is to support local EV enthusiasts and to promote and educate the public regarding the benefits of electric vehicles.
All monthly meetings are free and open to the public.
Jack Tidwell, manager of the Environment & Development Department at the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), will speak about Vision North Texas, which is an award-winning partnership of private, public, and academic organizations.
S'mores, songs, stories and more. $5 plus admission. RSVP: Erin.Taylor@UNT.edu or 972-219-3930.
S'mores, songs, stories and more. $5 plus admission. RSVP: Erin.Taylor@UNT.edu.