An environmental group or organization

Monthly meeting of the DFW Tarrant County Greenweavers

Presented by Harmony Brown of Dallas Greenworks

It's good for businesses, consumers, neighborhood, and our environment.

This new group is actively looking for members and has room to grow.  We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you find new markets, or customers.

Meeting & Dinner of the Sustainable East Meetup Group -

We will go more into Transition, plan the DVD showing combined with a seed exchange, the sustainability salon and maybe even a homesteading class for January, then just enjoy each other's company.

Square Pointe Grille has amazing avocado enchiladas and a few other vegetarian selections plus plenty of meat choices.

The restaurant is located on the square in downtown Rockwall. Exit I-30 at Hwy 205 and turn left from Dallas, right from Greenville. Stay on Hwy 205 until you reach the square. Square Point Grille is on your left at Hwy 66 west which is one-way to your left. You can park behind the building.

Monthly Meeting of the Dallas Sierra Club

January's Topics:

Climate Engineering
Geoengineering, also called climate engineering, is the term used to describe activities designed to

Literary Symposium and Tea for women, benefiting the Dallas Arboretum.

See website for details.


A fundraising tea benefitting The Women's Council of the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden.

Check website for details and updates.

Winter Coffee & General Meeting
10:00 a.m. - Coffee
10:30 a.m. - General Meeting & Program - Reviewing the Dale Chihuly Exhibit coming to The Arboretum this May! Chihuly’s stunning art glass appears in museums, commercial and upscale residential installations around the world. 

Grebes, cormnorant, pelicans, ducks galore, herons, egrets, shorebirds, gulls, etc., etc., etc.

What  (Maintenance – Tree Limb Removal):  We’ll walk the trail and do any general trail maintenance as needed.

Map:  Map to the Trailhead and pdf downloadable trail map at

Maintenance Notes:  
Wear appropriate outdoor gear (sturdy shoes and long pants) and gloves ( briar and brambles ).  Some pruning tools will be provided; you may bring your favorite tools.

RSVP if you are planning to participate.
Contact: Jim Flood
972 557 1144 home
214 934 8463 cell  (Call if you are running late.)