By Julie Thibodeaux

The North Texas Corporate Recycling Association put green business practices in the spotlight at its Green 3 Awards last week at the Dallas Arboretum. The nearly 25-year-old nonprofit organization, which promotes recycling and the use of recycled goods, singled out some of the most notable efforts by local entities to reduce waste in North Texas.  

By Julie Thibodeaux. Photos by Karl Thibodeaux

Ecofest Arlington couldn’t have planned better weather on Saturday. The mild sunny day drew a record crowd of about 18,000, according to Heather Dowell, organizer for the fest. 

By Phillip Shinoda

When Texas Worm Ranch owners Heather Rinaldi and Steve Clary came back on Tuesday after the Labor Day weekend, they received a nasty surprise. It seemed warm, so Heather went to check the thermostat and got no response. Steve climbed up to the 12-foot roof. When he got up there, he found that thieves had stolen all of the copper tubing and wiring in the units and rendered them unrepairable.

Photos by Phillip Shinoda

Business is good at White Rock Local Market's second location at Lakeside Baptist Church. By Saturday at noon, one vendor was out of eggs and a food truck was out of drinks. The vegetable booths were out of various item like basil and some greens but there was still a lot to see and buy. However the lesson to be learned is to shop early.

Sept. 2, 2013

Art with Repurpose: An Eco-Art Show will be held at Addison Gallery and Artisan Center, 5100 Belt Line Road, Addison, on Sept. 12.

Due to circumstances beyond our control,  GSDFW Reader's Choice Awards are cancelled  -- Editor  

By Julie Thibodeaux

More than 30 environmental enthusiasts turned out for the Green Source DFW Summer Mixer on July 18 at The People’s Last Stand in Dallas.

By Julie Thibodeaux

In Dallas-Fort Worth, you can find gatherings and meet ups for just about every green interest. This week, a variety of green birds will be flocking together. Drop in and see what they're about.

By Rita Cook

Often it takes a lot of love to create the kind of organic and sustainable fashion pieces to which customers are drawn. For Miami transplant Nasly Duarte, that is one of the essential ingredients in her company Seeds to Love, which she launched in 2009.