The North Texas Corporate Recycling Association's annual awards luncheon, honoring green advocates and professionals in North Texas. $75/ members; $45/members. Brief tour of the Arboretum @ 11 a.m.
The Dallas CPC will hold a workshop on the proposed gas drilling ordinance in the morning and host a public hearing in the afternoon.
The march, held in conjunction with world-wide marches, protests the maker of GMO seeds. Starts at Dallas City Hall and proceeds down Young Street past the OmniHotel and the Dallas Morning News and Belo/WFAA admin. offices.
Screening and discussion of Robert Redford's film, Watershed, exploring a new water ethic for the new west. Free. RSVP: 817-860-6752.
Yardwise 3: Enjoy a colorful armchair tour of the best plant, shrub and tree selections for our area. Afterwards, stroll through the teaching garden while learn about appropriate care. Free.
Yardwise 2: Learn about water-saving practices for the landscape, and how to incorporate design principles emphasizing the use of native and adapted plants. $5-$9.
The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission has been active over the past decade in working to restore glades, prairies, open woodlands, savannas and other historically open habitats on appropriate sites throughout its system of natural areas. Theo Witsell will present the commission’s successful management strategies in restoring some of Arkansas’ most beautiful landscape. Free.
BRIT hosts this screening of The New Frontier: Sustainable Ranching in the American West in partnership with the Lone Star Film Society. The directors will be on site for a Q&A session following the film. Free.
The exhibit documents the growth of one of Japan's premier botanical gardens. The exhibit will include plant specimens, plant photos, rare books and other memorabilia from the garden.