Networking event at Checkered Past Winery. No registration required. Pay for your own food and drink. Winery presentation at 5:30 p.m. See Facebook post for details.
August 23, 2016
Women in the Environment: Checkered Past Winery - Dallas
August 24, 2016
Dallas Video Fest: Walker Art Center Internet Cat Video Festival - Dallas
For its Forth and Final edition, the Internet Cat Video Festival 2015 screened at the Great Minnesota Get-Together: the State Fair Grandstand. The showcase of feline hijinks included new videos, appearances by special guests and celebricats. A portion of the prcceeds will go to Operation Kindness No-Kill Animal Shelter. #DFWcatvidfest
August 25, 2016
City of Dallas: Urban Bicycling - Dallas
Are you interested in getting around Dallas on a bike but aren’t sure where to start? Do you want to confidently find the best routes and ride with traffic? Get the knowledge you need to take to the streets!
Come to the downtown library for a fast-paced presentation and discussion on urban biking. No bicycle or experience is required.
• the rules of the road and the rights of people on bicycles
• situational awareness and reacting to common situations
• basic principles of bicycling in traffic
• how to find bike-friendly routes
All participants will receive free safety lights!
Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards: Nomination Deadline
The Memnosyne Institute's Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards was launched in 2012 and has since honored many outstanding green leaders in North Texas. Every year, we rely on the green community to participate in the process by nominating those whose work they admire – including one's own teams! Please consider taking a few minutes to make a nomination today. All nominees will be listed on the public voting ballot so it is a great way to garner recognition for outstanding leaders and volunteers and to thank and encourage them.
There are six categories:
Small Nonprofit Organization
Small Business (Including entrepreneurs)
Large Business (Project or program)
Nonprofit Professional (Including government and education positions)
For Profit Professional (Including architects and corporate sustainability directors)
Nominations will be taken through Aug. 25.
Voting will start on Sept. 1 and extend to Sept. 30.
The top three nominees in each category with the highest number of votes in each category will go on to a final selection by a panel. Winners will be announced at the Green Source DFW Awards on Nov. 3. Tickets are $35.
For information on sponsorship, contact Wendel Withrow at Wendel@GreenSourceDFW.org or 214-287-1046.
August 27, 2016
North Texas Farmer's Markets: Complete Listings
Collin County Farmers Market: http://www.collincountyfarmersmarket.org
Fairview Farms Marketplace, Plano: http://www.fairview-farms.com
Frisco Rotary Farmers Market: http://www.friscorotaryfarmersmarket.com
McKinney Farmers Market: http://www.chestnutsquare.org/programs/farmers_market.asp
Carrollton Square Community Farmers Market, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Carrollton-Farmers-Market/150017371728897
Coppell Farmers Market: http://www.coppellfarmersmarket.org
Cox Farms Market, Duncanville: http://www.coxfarmsmarket.com
Dallas Farmers Market: http://www.dallasfarmersmarket.org
Eden’s Organic Garden Center, Balch Springs: http://edensorganicgardencenter.com
Four Seasons Market, Richardson: http://www.fourseasonsmarkets.com
Good Local Markets, Dallas: http://www.goodlocalmarket.org
Grand Prairie Farmers Market: http://www.gptx.org/farmersmarket
The Market Place DFW, Mesquite and Garland: http://www.themarketplacedfw.com
Oak Lawn United Methodist Church Farmers Market: http://olumc.org/mc-events/olumc-farmers-market/
Ruibal’s Rosemeade Market, Carrollton: http://rosemeademarket.com
Saint Michael’s Farmers Market, Dallas: http://www.saintmichaelsmarket.com
Denton Community Market: https://www.facebook.com/DentonCommunityMarket
Denton County Farmers Market: http://dentonfarmersmarket.com
Farmers Branch Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/482311015302222/
Little Elm Farmers Market: http://www.littleelm.org/index.aspx?nid=895
Ennis Farmers Market: http://ennistx.com/farmers-market
Garden Harvests Farm: Waxahachie: http://gardenharvests.com
Waxahachie Downtown Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/DowntownWaxahachieFarmersMarket
Denison Farmers Market: www.downtowndenisonfarmersmarket.com
Greenville Farmers Market: http://www.greenvillefarmersmarket.com
Burleson Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/BurlesonFarmersMarket/
Ham Orchards, Terrell: http://hamorchard.com
Rockwall Farmers Market: http://www.rockwallfarmersmarket.org
Bedford Farmers Market: http://bedfordfarmersmkt.com
Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth http://brit.org/events/farmersmarket
Clear Fork Farmers Market, Fort Worth http://www.farmersmarket1848.com
Cowtown Farmers Market, Fort Worth: http://www.cowtownmarket.com
Crestline Neighborhood Market at All Saints, Fort Worth: https://www.facebook.com/CrestlineNeighborhoodMarketAtAllSaints
Elizabeth Anna's Local Farm & Market, Fort Worth: https://www.elizabethanna.net
Farm to Fork Foods, Arlington: http://farmtoforkfoods.com
Garden of Eden Farmer’s Market: http://www.intothegardenofeden.com
Green’s Produce and Plants, Arlington http://www.farmersmarketarlingtontx.com
Grapevine Farmers Market: http://www.farmersmarketofgrapevine.com
Keller Farmers Market: www.kellerfarmersmarket.com
Mansfield Farmers Market: http://mansfieldfarmersmarket.net/
Ridgmar Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ridgmar-Farmers-Market/384880104907658
Rufe Snow Farmers Market, Fort Worth: http://www.rufesnowmarket.com
West 7th Farmers Market, Fort Worth: https://www.facebook.com/events/1689355751339329/
Don't see one of your favorites? Email Julie@GreenSourceDFW.org.
Texas Discovery Gardens: Covered in Chitin - Dallas
One out of every four animal species on Earth is a beetle. Learn about their fascinating diversity with entomologist John Watts. $25.
Get Healthy Rockwall: Potluck Picnic - Rockwall
Bring a whole foods, plant-based no-oil dish and join llike-minded folk for a fun, friendly picnic in the park. Everyone is welcome! Bring your family and friends!
Not sure what to bring? If you're new, just bring yourself and check it out. We always have plenty. A veggie or fruit tray is always good. Or if you're brave, google "whole foods, plant-based, no oil" and all kinds of good recipes will come up.
We provide bottled water,plates and utensils.
Bring any kind of fun and games you wish.
Future Dates: Sept 20
Learn how eating plants can improve your health.
Prevent and reverse heart disease, diabetes, and many cancers.
Share ideas on how to shop, cook, and eat out.
Kick that junkfood habit once and for all!
August 28, 2016
Black Vegetarian Society of Texas: Monthly Luncheon - Addison
Greater Dallas Organic Garden Club: Texas Native & Adapted Plants - Dallas
Chrissy Cortez-Mathis will present “Plants that Love to Grow Here-Texas Native & Adapted Plants.” Chrissy is a Dallas County Master Gardener. This program introduces great shrubs, ground covers and perennials to use in the landscape. All plants covered are drought tolerant and easy to care for. Chrissy’s passion for reducing grass in the landscape was born when she was in charge of mowing her family’s big corner lot lawn as a teenager. It would often take her two days; now it just takes 10 minutes to do her own. In 2004 she and her husband bought a house in Richardson. Each year they work to make the yard waterwise and wildlife friendly. Her home landscape was chosen for the city of Dallas/WaterWise Garden Tour in 2012 because they used no municipal water in their yard. Chrissy is an enthusiastic and very knowledgeable speaker.
Social and snacks @ 2:30 pm, educational lecture @ 3 pm.
August 30, 2016
Dallas 2030 District: Advancing the Efficiency Economy: Using Technologies to Drive Optimization - Dallas
Lunch & Learn Professional Series hosted by Dallas 2030 District: Advancing the Efficiency Economy: Using Technologies to Drive Optimization.
1. Meighan Forrer, Associate Director, Flywheel
2. Bill Moebius, Sr. Vice President Peloton Commercial Real Estate
3. Mark Wilshire, Sr. Property Manager, Peloton Commercial Real Estate
September 6, 2016
Botanical Research Institute of Texas: Conservation Ranching & Land Stewardship - Fort Worth
Gary and Sue Price, owners of the 77 Ranch, have spent the last 40 years making their 2,500-acre ranch into an award winning cattle operation that focuses on conservation practices that not only increase production but also improve water quality and wildlife habitat and protect natural resources. Join us as the Prices share their approach to conservation ranching and land stewardship.
September 10, 2016
Women in the Environment: Heart Walk - Dallas
Join the Women in the Environment team for the Heart Walk. Get the WE tee shirt!
Texas Discovery Gardens: Selecting and Establishing North Texas Trees - Dallas
Two key elements to a healthy and sustainable landscape include proper plant selection and effective strategies for root establishment. Learn about common tree species for North Texas and useful tips for getting new trees established in the landscape. Led by Micah Pace, ISA certified arborist with Preservation Tree. Free with RSVP. Email Fran at FThompson@TexasDiscoveryGardens.org.
City of Coppell: Raised Beds and Soil Prep - Coppell
Need some pointers on building your own home garden? Come learn from two of Coppell’s experienced community garden leaders. They will cover the essentials for DIY raised beds and soil health with a hands on demonstration.
Info: Molly Bujanda, MBujanda@coppelltx.gov
Botanical Research Institute of Texas: 'The Nature of Things - Daphne Prairie' - Fort Worth
Texas artist Deborah Paris’ exciting new exhibit of paintings and drawings, The Nature of Things: Daphne Prairie, will give the Fort Worth public a rare opportunity to see depictions of the untouched and historic Daphne Prairie located in east Texas. An opening reception with live music, hors d’oeuvres and libations will be held on Fall Gallery Night, Sept. 10, from 4-9pm. A gallery talk by the artist will take place Sept.10 at 6 p.m.