Indoor and outdoor usage

Tips on saving water

How to look on your bill for water consumption

Looking for irrigation leaks


Monthly gathering of DFW environmental groups and activists to share information on local issues.

Topics to be discusssed:

A) Sat., July 28 -Learn about electric bus field trip 

B) Wed., Aug. 1 - Want to know what Dallas Resiliency Plan is about and some of the environmental projects within in?  Come to this briefing.

C) Wed., Aug. 14 - Council Vote on the Resiliency Plan.

D) Your Announcements/Political Happenings - Susan Cooper and others are welcome to make them for your favorite candidate.

E) A Climate Plan for Dallas?  Come and learn more.

Fire ecology bus tour to Ray Roberts Lake State Park. Details TBA.

The Philippine Monkey Eating Eagle is a creature of both arresting beauty and staggering power. This jungle denizen is also one of the rarest raptors on the planet - just 700 individuals remain — its fate threatened by logging, hunting and other human activities. In 1977, cinematographer and raptor specialist Neil Rettig traveled to the Philippines to capture the first filmed images of the eagle in the wild, an effort that helped catapult the bird into a national symbol. Bird of Prey follows Rettig as he returns to the island nation 40 years later.

 Presenter: Dale Crownover, CEO & President, Texas Nameplate Company

Texas Master Naturalist Scott Kiester is passionate about conservation and nature. He serves as a LLELA project manager and is a board member of the Friends of LLELA. 

Info: Cathy Lustgarten,

There are so many annuals, trees, vines and shrubs that provide food and habitat sources for our highly important pollinators. In addition to bees and butterflies, there are hummingbirds, bats, and many other insects that ensure the survival of plants by spreading pollen and creating habitat.

NHG's Garden Advisor Dana Wilson shows you the many options to make your garden welcome to a variety of wildlife.

Stay and join us for Designing Gardens for Pollinators at 3 p.m.