Topic: Environment

Sign up to participate in the annual citywide cleanup from 8-11 am. From 11 am to 2pm, celebrate the earth at environmental education event, featuring green vendors, music, activities in downtown Fort Worth.

Volunteers are invited to help restore this native prairie. Come help make seed balls, remove invasive plant species, plant native grasses and more. Activity will be cancelled if raining. Info: DanaWilson59@yahoo.com. 

Volunteers are invited to help restore this native prairie. Come help make seed balls, remove invasive plant species, plant native grasses and more. Activity will be cancelled if raining. Info: DanaWilson59@yahoo.com. 

Expect to see 30-plus species. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them. Free. Info@ConnemaraConservancy.org.

Andrew McKnight left his corporate environmental engineering career in 1996 and became an award-winning folk and Americana artist. McKnight has long advocated for preservation of American landscapes and heritage and often shares his talents to help with such programs as those for mental health and elderly care and from a California at-rich youth program to a Seattle food bank and a...

We are taking a trip to Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch for a tour of the amazing sanctuary and a lobby training presentation given by Katie Jarl, the Texas State Director for HSUS. This is going to be an amazing trip and a fun way to learn how to effectively create legislative change for animals. We will also be carpooling, the drive is about two hours. 

 

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Come to this Tower Garden Demo and learn how you can grow your own food (non-gmo, organic if you choose) in 1/3 of the time on your front porch. The tower garden is a vertical aeroponic system, that takes no dirt, 90 percent less water, 90 percent less space and little knowledge of gardening.Featuring Marcy Malkey, director & Eeducator for Community and Neighborhood Gardens, Tower Garden...

We will have a brief general meeting for new and existing members. Please meet at the pavilion in the Dogwood parking lot. (Johnson Branch). 

Outdoor activities planned for the morning and afternoon below. Bring water, snacks, lunch and your friends, dogs and family! Park fee: $7. Age 12 and under are free. 

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The program is part of the Dallas County Community College District's spring 2014 Clean Economy Series. Patrick Dickinson, program coordinator for Texas A&M AgriLife in Dallas, is the featured speaker. 

The morning workshop will provide property managers with information about techniques they can implement for indoor water conservation; drip irrigation; new water...

Learn about the exceptional Trout Lily plant that blooms at Dogwood Canyon on this guided walk and participate in a flower dissection. $25/nonmembers. Free/members.