The city hosts the family friendly celebration at the Government Center. Includes a self-guided video tour of sustainable exhibits that event-goers can access via QR codes, tree planting, recyclable crafts, green booths, face painting and entertainment.  

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture brings Tony Robinson, adjunct professor of environmental sustainability at SMU and associate editor at EarthPeople Media, back for another series on Culture and the Environment: Humans in the Natural World. The lecture series will continue over four Wednesdays: February 12th, March 12th, April 9th, and May 14th and is open to members, non-members and teachers. 

ECOLOGY, February 12. Ecology is a truly interdisciplinary field, integrating such disciplines as biology, philosophy, chemistry, ethics, etc. What does ecology tell us about how the human organism interacts with its environment? Do human beings have a different kind of relationship with the biosphere than other organisms? Is culture part of the answer?

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture brings Tony Robinson, adjunct professor of environmental sustainability at SMU and associate editor at EarthPeople Media, back for another series on Culture and the Environment: Humans in the Natural World. The lecture series will continue over four Wednesdays: Feb. 12, March 12, April 9 and May 14 and is open to members, non-members and teachers.

ECOLOGY, February 12. Ecology is a truly interdisciplinary field, integrating such disciplines as biology, philosophy, chemistry, ethics, etc. What does ecology tell us about how the human organism interacts with its environment? Do human beings have a different kind of relationship with the biosphere than other organisms? Is culture part of the answer? 

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture brings Tony Robinson, adjunct professor of environmental sustainability at SMU and associate editor at EarthPeople Media, back for another series on Culture and the Environment: Humans in the Natural World. The lecture series will continue over four Wednesdays: Feb. 12, March 12, April 9 and May 14 and is open to members, non-members and teachers.

ECOLOGY, February 12. Ecology is a truly interdisciplinary field, integrating such disciplines as biology, philosophy, chemistry, ethics, etc. What does ecology tell us about how the human organism interacts with its environment? Do human beings have a different kind of relationship with the biosphere than other organisms? Is culture part of the answer? 


Voted Best Outdoor Cultural Event by Fort Worth Weekly. 

[ibimage==6767==original_size==none==self==ibimage_left]Held in the picturesque Tandy Hills Natural Area, this popular down-home festival includes wildflower tours, nature hikes, green vendors, storytellers, plein air painters, live music and food.

Brave Combo performs at 6:30 pm.

Free.

 


 


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The event will feature green vendors, entertainment, raffle and prizes. Learn ways to invest in a sustainable future, improve daily living and save money by going green. K thru 6 graders can bring juice pouches for a chance to win an Apple iPad.

Free. [email protected]

Learn how post-consumer and industrial glass is turned into countertops, flooring and landscape materials. Speed Network lunch to follow at Margaux's Bridge Bistro, 921 N Riverfront Blvd, Dallas. Bring business cards. Tour and lunch: $15/members. $35/nonmembers.

Join other eco-friendly folks in a casual atmosphere. Info:  Alana Presley at [email protected]

UPDATE: This month's gathering is cancelled due to weather hazards.

Dallas County Community College District hosts this environmentally-themed event at North Lake College, featuring break-out sessions and a green expo. Permaculture expert Toby Hemenway provides this year's keynote address. Lunch provided. Screening of the documentary Arise at 1pm. Free.

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