The Dallas demonstration will be held on the Continental Avenue Bridge on Sunday at 2 p.m. 

Earth Home

Earth Day Texas launches a new program called Earth Day Monthlies on Sept. 17 with a panel discussion of sustainable food.

Humane League

In spring around Earth Day, it seems every community in North Texas has a green fest going on.

The Texas Envirothon team, the Academy of Science and Technology Team Arctic Wolves in Clear Lake, took third place at the 2015 NCF-Envirothon in Springfield, Mo. From left are team members Colton Nettleton, Eleanor Shaul, Andie Tong, Horatia Fang and Micheal Bohnet. (Courtesy of Missouri DNR/Van Beydler) 

Aug. 14, 2015

North Texas astronomy groups and planetariums offers a plethora of opportunities to learn about the night sky at both outside gatherings and indoor venues. Courtesy of the Franklin Institute. 

July 29, 2015 

Arlington Conservation Council volunteers pose in front of their state bird float.

  
Photo by Linda Cooke

May 31, 2015

The Dallas Green Alliance, a grassroots political action committee formed to elect green City Council candidates, hosted a fundraiser on May 28 at the Stoneleigh P in Dallas.

May 12, 2015

By Rita Cook  

Laura Miller has a nose for herbs.

The Texas A&M AgriLife Commercial Horticulture Extension Agent for Tarrant County and sixth-generation Texan earned a bachelor of science in horticulture and a master of education in agricultural education from Texas A&M University. 


April 13, 2015

Another great Oak Cliff Earth Day was held Sunday at Lake Cliff Park in Dallas. The cloudy weather was perfect  – and cool, as were the folks we saw at the festival. Many brought along their canine companions, with some decked-out for the annual Mutt Strutt.

Photos by Phillip Shinoda
















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