School programs, sustainability expos, films, festivals
Elsie Robertson Lancaster Middle School students dined on food they grew in the classroom at a luncheon in March.
Two women created the Welman Project to repurpose surplus items and help underfunded schools.
Grey to Green 2: Concrete Data – Solutions to the Urban Heat Island Effect will be held March 23 in Dallas.
Brite Divinity School's annual conference on Feb. 20-23 is free and open to the public.
Phi Theta Kappa has launched a crowdfunding campaign for improvements to its community garden.
A public talk about the TCU Rhino Initiative on Jan. 18 at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden Center.
Veteran grassroots activists will share their stories at the Root and Branch Revue Jan. 24-28.
Green Revolution is a curriculum geared to students in 6th through 12th grade in Fort Worth ISD.
The city is enlisting volunteers to collect one million pieces of trash during November through January.
Students contribute $5 per spring and fall semester designated for environmental improvement at UNT.