School programs, sustainability expos, films, festivals
First-time offenders grow vegetables that provide nutritional meals for the inmates.
Grand prize for the best photo is a $500 Amazon gift card.
The Keller ISD school is one of 130 schools in North Texas honored by the Austin-based recognition program.
Healthcare professionals from across North Texas are invited to learn more about decreasing medical waste on Nov. 9.
The garden is a partnership with the American Heart Association and Dallas community partners.
The city of Fort Worth is hosting the free symposium "Water Efficiency @ Work" on Oct. 13.
Texas Discovery Gardens unveiled a new 410-square-foot solar array atop a cedar pagoda, which will serve as the garden’s new Natural Learning Center.
Earth Day Texas launches a new program called Earth Day Monthlies on Sept. 17 with a panel discussion of sustainable food.
In spring around Earth Day, it seems every community in North Texas has a green fest going on.
Authors from Dallas County Community College have published a two-volume textbook titled "Feasted Landscapes: Sustainability in American Topics."