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The UTA Native American Student Association achieved several milestones this year.
The club not only survived the pandemic, it launched a second venue in Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden exhibit is on display till June 12.
Cowtown is partnering with the Texas Trees Foundation, which helped Dallas create its plan, unveiled last year.
Forest therapist Laurence Turcios teaches naturalists how to experience nature through emotions and senses.
See who came out for the 13th annual eco-friendly fest!
Butterflies in the Garden is open daily thru April 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
Zoo Poo will be available at the Dallas Zoo’s gift shop and local specialty stores.
New heads announced at EPA Region 6 and EarthX, both in Dallas.
The Lone Star Chapter's Environmental Awards will be held in-person as well as virtually on Oct. 16.