Dec. 24, 2012

Environmental Co-op Kaufman County

    Green Nonprofit Organization 

By Rita Cook    

Texas Worm Ranch’s Heather Rinaldi

Green Business Enfrepreneur

This article is part of a Green Source DFW series profiling nominees for the 2011 Environmental Leadership Awards. Nomination is now open for the 2012 iteration of the awards. Make Your Nomination Today.  

Nov. 14, 2012

The Dallas-Fort Worth green community came out to celebrate North Texas’ green entrepreneurs when Green Source DFW hosted its 2012 Best Green Business awards this week. The reception was held Thursday, Nov. 13, at The People’s Last Stand in Dallas.   About 50 people attended the event, which included drinks and hors d’oeuvres served by the Mockingbird Station bistro.  Awards were presented by Green Source DFW  Editor Phillip Shinoda

Nov. 2, 2012 

Once the election’s over, some die-hard supporters may keep a candidate’s sign as a souvenir. However, thousands end up in the trash.   

Marilyn May, director of the Environmental Co-Op, a nonprofit recycling center in Terrell, says there’s no reason for the material to be wasted.

Oct. 29, 2012

By Minnie Payne   

Terry Jensen, Dallas environmentalist, doesn’t feel that she has a right to every resource on the planet, because those resources need to be shared with future generations.  And she’s willing to share her expertise with you, if you feel the same.  

Our readers have selected the
Green Source DFW Best Green Business in Dallas / Fort Worth

Vote for Best Green Businesses through 10-28-2012

By Holly Haber

AUSTIN -- Three days of peace, music and recycling -- it can only be Austin City Limits Music Festival, probably the greenest festival in the country.

Update: DME Exchange of Dallas announced in May 2024 that they have closed due to lack of funding.

Oct. 17, 2012
An organization based in Dallas that is helping distribute durable medical equipment considers its mission to be “green.”

Pages