- Hydroponics techniques and systems
- Nutrients and media
- Pest control and prevention
- Advantages and disadvantages of hydroponics
Idle No More DFW is sponsoring the Teach-In. Aly Tharp, an activist and community organizer with a degree in environmental studies, will be putting together a presentation and facilitating a group discussion on:
• basics of the tar sands mining process
• the costs of tar sands mining to indigenous...
Citizens Climate Lobby is a national organization focused on passing legislation to address climate change. This month, the Dallas chapter hosts a conference call with Dr. Lauren Rafelski from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, who will be explaining the Keeling Curve and the 400 parts per million milestone that was passed last month. In addition, members will practice talking...
This program covers the basics and benefits of rainwater harvesting and the effects stormwater has on the environment. Participants will learn how to collect and utilize rainwater at home and have the opportunity to construct their own 55-gallon rain barrel. $50 per barrel. RSVP on website.
This program will give a general overview on drip irrigation, new water conserving technologies, cycle and soak, lawn care during drought, foundation watering, tree watering, irrigation scheduling and rainwater harvesting. Free. RSVP on website.
Texas Worm Ranch’s Heather Rinaldi shares how to keep vegetable gardens producing with summer hearty plants, water-wise techniques and healthy soil. Plan a Fall Harvest while getting hands on experience in planting and take home sweet potato slips, basil transplants and pumpkin seeds. $40. Proceeds benefit programs offered by White Rock Local Market, including ...
Network and learn about green living and green businesses in DFW with environmentally conscious folk. $1.
Learn how and when to water your plants, how to make simple sprinkler repairs, and where to go for help. Free.