Battery storage represents a small fraction of Texas’ energy mix now, but it’s expected to rise sharply in coming years.

Help us recognize those outstanding innovators, leaders and volunteers who are making North Texas greener.

Doug Tallamy shares the four things your yard must do to support wildlife and the watershed.

The group led by a UNT instructor hopes to relocate the hares to a private ranch.

The four live oaks were moved by developers of a mixed-use development called Tree House last month.

The new registration fee goes into effect Sept. 1.

These aerial acrobats can eat hundreds of mosquitos per day. They also have an interesting lifecycle.

The vote passed 3 to 1 after a previous failed attempt.

Federal law allows produced water to be discharged to waterways west of the 98th Meridian.

Trinity River Audubon Center hosts Swift Night Out on Sept. 7.

Local college students served as interns at Tandy Hills Natural Area, funded by a North Texas Community Foundation grant.

Hear the podcast featuring Dallas author Amy Martin talking about her new book.