Dallas artist VET shows you how to make a wind sock for a fun Spring Break project.
The annual Dallas event features a run, bike ride and race, dog walk, yoga and a market.
Enjoy the holidays with Solstice celebrations, natural decorating, outdoor lighting, green gifts, winter hikes and bird counts.
The 15-mile fun ride aims to raise awareness about the global pollinator crisis.
See photos and race results from the 5K held on May 21.
Amy Martin knows where to find the long, winding trails of North Texas.
Christopher Gibson is showing others the ropes about backpacking, hiking, rock climbing and scouting.
Six courses feature obstacles, such as cargo nets, wobble bridges, tight ropes, ladders, as well as zip lines.
In spring around Earth Day, it seems every community in North Texas has a green fest going on.
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