School programs, sustainability expos, films, festivals
The city of Fort Worth is hosting the free symposium "Water Efficiency @ Work" on Oct. 13.
Texas Discovery Gardens unveiled a new 410-square-foot solar array atop a cedar pagoda, which will serve as the garden’s new Natural Learning Center.
Earth Day Texas launches a new program called Earth Day Monthlies on Sept. 17 with a panel discussion of sustainable food.
In spring around Earth Day, it seems every community in North Texas has a green fest going on.
Authors from Dallas County Community College have published a two-volume textbook titled "Feasted Landscapes: Sustainability in American Topics."
From left, Dallas Urban Farms team member Alaric Overbey with founders Jody Thompson and Maximillian Wall at their Deep Ellum rooftop farm where they'll be growing food in tower gardens. Photos courtesy of Dallas Urban Farms.
Aug. 18, 2015
Arlington Conservation Council volunteers pose in front of their state bird float.
Carol Miskin launched Get Healthy Rockwall, a whole foods and plant-based diet support group.
The Perot Museum hosts "Amazing Animals: Built to Survive" through Sept. 7.
Jan Peck and David Davis thought it was time to update Mother Goose for a more eco-friendly generation.