From the Texas Tribune

May 19, 2023

The Texas House on Tuesday gave final approval to two bills, Senate Bill 1648 and Senate Joint Resolution 74, that would, with voter approval, create a Centennial Parks Conservation Fund to invest $1 billion to buy more land for the state parks system.

Fort Worth native Jeff Quayle has searched for plants for 30 years and made some unique discoveries.

The developer's new plan leaps first hurdle after Colleyville City Council voted down earlier proposal.

There's a total solar eclipse in North Texas next April but first up: an annular solar eclipse in West and South Texas in October.

A section of Cross Timbers forest in the Fort Worth Nature Center was inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network.

Remember Mother Earth this Mother's Day

Nine green gift ideas for nature-loving moms.

See the winners of the 6th annual Climate Crisis Art Exhibit held in Waco last month.

The Dallas Environmental Commission is seeking community members to add their voices to the advisory group.

UT Southwestern Medical Center shepherds a large rookery to the delight and consternation of many. 

Dallas names city's first 'Greening Czar'

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Garrett Boone enlisted to help turn vacant lots into park space.

Kathy Rogers, founder of Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, died this month at age 73.

EarthX returns to Fair Park this weekend

Here's a guide to finding your way around the world's largest green expo.

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