The voting is now underway for our Green Business Awards, and as the votes flow in we're going to be taking a closer look our nominees. Today, getting to know some of the great green food stores in DFW.
When 350.org invited people around the world to participate in a climate change action day last spring, Waxahachie resident Marshall Hinsley wanted to join in. He searched the website of the international environmental organization formed to bring awareness to global warming but the closest chapter of the group was in Austin.
Architect Gary Olp said he was a nature lover as a boy but a high school science teacher opened his eyes to sustainability. It was the 1970s, and his long-haired, bearded biology teacher in Ohio invited the class to organize a “no-waste” party.