Please join the Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club at this free screening of Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman, a truly inspiring film that proves that collaboration and outside-the-box thinking works in environmental conservation and preservation efforts.

Tickets are free, but you must register for a ticket to be able to attend. Show your ticket at the event.

Join us at Sumo Shack for an evening of vegan food and fun! There will be drink specials to go along with a special vegan menu of delicious food available for purchase. 

Free indoor-outdoor festival celebrating great nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. Expert speakers on nutrition & health; cooking demonstrations; yoga & Zumba; kids' activities; lots of vendors; giveaways!

Lucy Harrell, well-known organic landscape design consultant, will present her “Fall Garden Make-Over” class designed to help gardeners find ways to freshen up their landscapes for the fall season. She’ll also give you a list of essential maintenance tasks and expert advice on how to handle common problems. Free.

City Council Restaurant & Bar offers a number of sizzling vegan irons and a bevy of tasty cocktails. Start off with a Deep Ellum IPA Hummus then go for a Texas Iron with Tofu while sipping on a Dirty Politician, Pretentious Councilwoman, or a Barrel Legislation!

GROW North Texas hosts panel discussion about the local farm to table movement and its prevalence in early childhood education.

Panelists will include: 

DarcieaHouston, lead farm hand at Paul Quinn Farm 
Graham Dodds, Dallas farm to table chef and culinary director of The Statler Hotel & Residences 
Kris Habashy, founder and director of Connecting City to Farm
John Paul Dineen III, farmer and co-owner of The Yellow Farmhouse
Kim Whalen Aman, farmer and program director at Moss Haven Farm
Moderator: Susie Marshall

Hands-on workshops taught by Kim Martin and Laurie Bostic of Barking Cat Farm. Learn what exactly permaculture is and how using the principles of permaculture can allow you to work smarter not harder when it comes to your garden and landscape. $25.

The conference offers sessions for farmers, local food enthusiasts, homesteaders, farm-to-table chefs, organic gardeners and sustainability activists. A full day of pre-conference workshops also is offered for small-scale farmers and livestock growers. The keynote will be presented by Frederick Kirschenmann, international leader in sustainable agriculture and president of Stone Barn Center for Food and Agriculture in New York.

This master composter class is certified by the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR). Class features hands-on composting and building a composting system at the New Hope Garden at the Austin Street Center in Dallas for the homeless.

Internationally known environmental education, Larry Wilhelm is the class instructor.  Larry created this program and has taught Master Composting classes for over 25 years. Larry’s passion for a sustainable environment and depth of experience makes the course informative, motivational and entertaining.