"From Garbage to Garden", learn to recycle naturally with the City of Dallas free program.

For Registration information call
214-671-9233 or email [email protected]

Recycle anything with batteries or electricity, including computers. $5/CRT monitor; $10-30/TV dependent on screen size. [email protected].

Weekend of free education on bees, worms, vegetables, and more. See website for seminar schedule.

Learn what you can do to certify your yard as a wildlife habitat. Led by Kathy Scott of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Free.

Discover the Art of Summer Vegetable Gardening -

Join a growing trend and learn how to create a bountiful organic community or backyard vegetable garden with our Director of Horticulture, Randy Johnson. We cover hands on summer gardening topics just in time for you to begin work on your summer gardens. $25; $20 for TDG Members.

Earth Day Dallas hopes to catalyze a "green" movement in North Texas by staging a two-day event on April 22nd and 23rd over several city blocks in the Dallas Arts District.  We anticipate 500 civic, corporate and non-profit participants engaged in an event that will be the biggest and best Earth Day celebration in this part of the United States.  Sponsors currently include:

    * The Environmental Protection Agency
    * D Magazine
    * The Nature Conservancy
    * Chevrolet
    * Dallas Independent School District
    * Half Price Books

This will be the seminal event in an ongoing movement to showcase green business and civic efforts that improve North Texas and the lives of North Texans.  Events will focus on entertaining, inspiring and educating attendees with various ways to think, work and live green by showcasing emerging green technology and providing eco-friendly activities. 

    * Up to 50,000 visitors in the downtown Arts District (accessible by DART).

More than 20 exhibitors and five presentations in each of the following four
tracks:

Sustainable Homes
Sustainable Landscapes and Agriculture
Sustainable Businesses
Sustainable Careers

We'll also have two keynote speakers:

Anna Clark, author of Green, American Style
Mabrie Jackson, president/CEO of the North Texas Commission

All of this is open to the public and there is no charge for attending. However, we
do request that people pre-register, if possible.

APRIL 28, 2011
10 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.
Presented by Eastfield College and

The Cowtown Indie Bazaar is a bi-annual 100% handmade craft show produced by Etsy Fort Worth and is the only handmade craft show in Fort Worth produced solely by artists with all proceeds going back into the community to support the handmade arts.

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