HG Sply Co. has a great selection of vegan bowls, a tasty quinoa burger and some serious vegan queso! 

Vegan Drinks is held every second Thursday of the month. Meet fellow vegan and veg-friendly folks for an evening of drinks, fun and a discussion of vegan goings-on in the Metroplex.

Amy Martin, author of Itchy Business: How to Treat the Poison Ivy and Poison Oak Rash, Prevent Exposure and Eradicate the Plant, will share her deep knowledge gleaned from 12 years working in wildlife habitat management in this subversively funny talk for the Dallas chapter of Native Plant Society of Texas. 

We are becoming ever more aware of the nature of ways in which we pollute our clean drinking water. Whether you’re camping without facilities while you build your homestead, have been overburdening your septic system, are building a tiny house or want an alternative to flushing your deposits away, composting toilets are for you. We will cover the whys and hows, proper guidelines for safe handling and send you home with your very own, self-built system. Use it anywhere, especially great for camping or on your own property. 

Hone outdoor photographic skills using your own camera. Learn techniques to create inspiring images and get advice for making top-quality photos. $15.

Fort Worth residents can drop off hazardous waste such as paint, lightbulbs, batteries, oil and more.

See full list of items accepted at: http://fortworthtexas.gov/env/hazardouswaste/

Fort Worth residents only!

Earth-friendly vendors, Grapevine Garden Club Spring Plant Sale at Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park. Enter to win a one-night stay at Grapevine’s Great Wolf Lodge, lodging at an Omni Hotel and other great prizes.

The beauty of art meets the beauty of nature at the Arboretum’s annual fine art and fine craft show and sale in the garden. This juried art fair features art that is of or about nature by artists from around the country. Guests will also enjoy artist demonstrations, entertainment, food and fun for all ages. Don’t miss the chance to see and buy from your favorite artists set amid a garden that has been listed as one of the top three most beautiful display gardens in the nation.

Dr. Mark Nelson is the keynote speaker.

Session tracks include

1. Healthy, Local and Organic Gardening

2. Clean Energy

3. Movement Building

4. Sustaining Policy

5. Sustainability at Home

6. Alternative Practices in Healthy Food Systems

7. Business, Careers and Sustainability

8. Education, Curriculum & Sustainability

9. State of Race

10. Wildlife & the Great Outdoors 

See complete schedule on website.


Earthfest is a celebration of Coppell's commitment to the environment - an entertaining and educational experience! Visit the many environmental education booths to learn how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle. Shop the plant sale, grab a bite to eat and enjoy live music by Definitely, Maybe.   

Self-guided tour of area's backyard chicken coops. $10.