The Kimbell Art Museum's new Piano Pavilion built across from the Louis Kahn building, preserved the majority of the 5-acre lawn by keeping two-thirds of the building underground.
Courtesy of the Kimbell Art Museum.
Earth Day Texas will be showcasing more than 800 green exhibitors April 26-27 at the Eco Expo in Fair Park in Dallas.
Photos courtesy of Earth Day Texas.
B.A. Norrgard will be showing off her tiny house and talking about her sustainable lifestyle at Earth Day Texas April 26-27 in Centennial Hall. Photos courtesy of B.A. Norrgard.
April 21, 2014
Dennis Blagg's work will be on display at the Dallas Art Fair April 11-13 at the Artspace 111 booth. Above, Goat Mountain. Images courtesy of Artspace 111.
April 8, 2014
Inside the walls of Fort Worth artist Dennis Blagg’s studio is where the West begins.
April 9, 2014
By Minnie Payne
Permaculture is a hot trend in landscaping and gardeners can get the scoop on it when one of its leading proponents comes to North Texas next week.
When Monte Anderson turned the aging 1946 motor inn into a hip boutique hotel on Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas, he used goats to clear the property of invasive plants.
Photo courtesy of the Belmont Hotel.
March 31, 2014
Texas SmartScape will be hosting native plant fairs across DFW in the coming weeks.
Left,calylophus, also known as sundrops, is a colorful drought-tolerant native Texas plant.
Photos courtesy of Texas SmartScape.
March 25, 2014
Teachers at The Meadows Elementary in DeSoto Jerry Martin, Linda Nunley and Irene Chaney-Babino help Jonathon Musser of Aquaponics and Earth, second from left, set up the aquaponics system last month. Courtesy of Aquaponics and Earth.
March 10, 2014
By Rita Cook
The following organizations are finalists for the Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards in the for profit category. The results are based on votes from hundreds of Green Source DFW readers.