Collin County Farmers Market: 

Fairview Farms Marketplace, Plano:

Frisco Farmers Market: 

Georgia’s Farmers Market, Plano: 

McKinney Farmers Market at the Adriatica:



Carrollton Square Community Farmers Market, 

Celebration Farmers Market, Dallas:

Coppell Farmers Market:  

Cox Farms Market, Duncanville: 

Dallas Farmers Market:  

Eden’s Organic Garden Center, Balch Springs:

Four Seasons Market, Richardson:

Grand Prairie Farmers Market:

Little D Farmers Market:

Dallas Interfaith Power & Light presents the Dallas Premiere of The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism & Community.

The 56-minute film accepts the consensus of scientists that climate change has already arrived, and asks—what is keeping us from action? In discussions with thought leaders and activists, The Wisdom to Survive explores how unlimited growth lies behind climate disruption and is devastating our planet’s life support system, our social fabric and the lives of billions of people. 

The film features Bill McKibben (, Buddhist author Joanna Macy, whale scientist Roger Payne, Herschelle Milford (Surplus People Project), Quincy Saul (Ecosocialist Horizons) and more. They provide insights, answers and hope. What becomes clear is, we already have the tools we need to change our economy and lifestyle. Our attention must focus on taking action and building community.

Discussion follows with co-director John Ankele, Texas Audubon conservation biologist Dr. Tania Homayoun and Yaira Robinson of Texas Interfaith Power & Light. Anna Clark of EarthPeople will moderate. A reception follows.

Director Louie Psihoyos and co-producer Gina Papabeis will be in attendance for a Q&A!

Join Earth Day Texas, the Lone Star Film Society and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for a free advance screening of Racing Extinction, directed by Academy Award winning director Louie Psihoyos.

To attend, please RSVP here.  An RSVP does not guarantee a seat, but is required for admission. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the screening. Doors to the Modern will open at 7:30 pm.

LSFS members receive reserved seating to all LSFS advance screenings. Members please bring your membership card or a photo ID and arrive at least 10 minutes before the screening. 

To become a member and receive this special benefit, click here.



Film Description

Adam Jonas Horowitz shot his first film in the Marshall Islands in 1986, and was shocked by what he found there in this former American military colony in middle of the Pacific Ocean. Radioactive coconuts, leaking nuclear waste repositories and densely populated slums were all the direct result of 67 Cold War U.S. nuclear bomb tests that vaporized islands and devastated entire populations. Twenty years later, Horowitz returned to these islands to make this award winning shocking political and cultural documentary. Audience discussion follows. Free. Info:

The city of Irving hosts its annual green film fest as an alternative to the outdoor fairs. Three venues are showing 19 environmental films with something for everyone. Movies include the classic Revenge of the Electric Car, American Made Movie and several nature family films. See website for complete schedule. 

First Tuesday Social Justice Films at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff presents “Gasland 2.”

In this explosive follow-up to his Oscar-nominated film ”Gasland,” filmmaker Josh Fox uses his trademark dark humor to take a deeper, broader look at the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil, now occurring on a global level (in 32 countries worldwide).

Refreshments are provided.  Audience discussion will follow.


Join the Sierra Club for Ken Burns' Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit, a documentary film produced to honor the 150th anniversary of the landmark federal act signed by Abraham Lincoln that preserved Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias. This act, the first time a government set aside land for public use and enjoyment, gave birth to the national park idea. This inspirational film brings to life an amazing time in America's conservation history. All welcome. Free.

Join us and Keep Fort Worth Funky in screening the documentary film about plastic and plastic bags. This will be a fun evening of craft beer and other activities. Learn how you can volunteer for our campaign to pass a bag ordinance. Have a lively discussion about plastic pollution and what we can do. Film will start at sundown.

Count down to the end of our fund raiser - Save the Date! Details coming....

In conjunction with our Count down watch party, Eden's is hosting a mini film festival in honor of Veteran's Day. 

Films will begin upon darkness - around 6:30. (bring a lawnchair or blanket - it's outside on the farm.) 

We'll be showing the film Terra Firma ( a film about "3 women vets returning home who found ways to heal the hidden wounds of war through farming."  

Time & weather permitting, we'll also show Ground Operations, ( a film that "champions the growing network of combat veterans who are transitioning into careers as sustainable farmers, ranchers and artisan food producers."

Vets get in no charge. Door fee to help cover screening - $2 contribution to the Feed the Soil - Feed the Community campaign. Payable either in advance at tickets link or at the door. 


Concessions proceeds to benefit local grass rots veterans group - TBA.

A documentary that tells the story of America’s addiction to oil, from its corporate conspiracy beginnings to its current monopoly today, and explains clearly and simply how we can end it – and finally win choice at the pump.

Watch trailer.