This week, Green Source DFW kicks off the fun with a get-together on Thursday for the green set. On Saturday, you can visit a real butterfly farm or sink your teeth into a course on edible wild plants at the Bob Jones Nature Center. You can also help some local big cats by picking up some treats at a fundraising bake sale.


• A vegan bakery, an urban farmstead and a recycling bin are some of the green projects North Texans have sought backing for on Kickstarter.com.

By Julie Thibodeaux

By Julie Thibodeaux

In Dallas-Fort Worth, you can find gatherings and meet ups for just about every green interest. This week, a variety of green birds will be flocking together. Drop in and see what they're about.

By Julie Thibodeaux

Lot of good free and socially responsible events going on in DFW. Here are some outings coming up this week that caught our eye. 



ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE

By Phillip Shinoda

May 21, 2013

By Rita Cook

Twenty years ago, Frito-Lay began taking a look at going green, according to Christopher Wyse who handles communications for PepsiCo Americas Foods and Frito-Lay.  

• Dallas and Fort Worth Monsanto protests planned May 25 • "Boxed Water is Better" aims to put cartoned water on shelves in Texas

 By Julie Thibodeaux

 


MARCH IN MAY

By Julie Thibodeaux

Photos by Phillip Shinoda and Julie Thibodeaux

The Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area threw a real downhome green shindig at Prairie Fest last weekend, April 27.

 By Minnie Payne     

Tilling the soil, planting and caring for poultry or rabbits just got easier for Dallas area urban farmers with the opening of Trinity Haymarket in the Design District in October. 

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