The leak in a pipeline at Richland Chambers WMA was resolved after a Dallas resident spotted it.

Monday’s vote lets Texas Parks and Wildlife begin negotiations to swap 43 acres in the park for 477 acres next to a federal wildlife refuge.

From 2017 through 2022, residential solar has grown 646 percent. While small scale commercial solar has grown 221 percent.

The Lights Out Texas campaign is urging Texans to turn off their outdoor lights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting March 1.

One of Dallas’ oldest hiking areas finds renewal with a new friends group.

Day use passes will be available starting March 8 at 8 a.m.

The town of Flower Mound offers a variety of resources for residents interested in native landscaping.

North Central Texas Council of Governments staff revealed its initial ideas for reducing pollution across the region.

The Coppell High School Eco Club is hosting its inaugural Sustainability Summit on Feb. 28.

Phil Hardberger Park features a unique land bridge that accomodates both wildlife and park visitors. 

Andrea Ridout has gathered 10 eco-friendly ideas for V-Day.

The LBJ National Grasslands, north of Decatur, encompasses more than 20,000 aces, divided into 67 parcels.