By Julie Thibodeaux. Photos by Phillip Shinoda.

The sun shone, the vendors were upbeat and the crowds turned out for Earth Day Dallas at Fair Park this weekend. While we heard some complaints about greenwashing, overall there was lots of green energy.

The green-themed hardware store hosts its soft opening on Earth Day • A Peep at the Coops showcases the backyard chicken craze

April 21, 2013

 

 

GREEN OPENING

April 8, 2013

Environmental attorney, author and Dallas Sierra Club president Wendel Withrow wears a lot of hats in the DFW green community but says his first foray into living green was when he began reading the works of Edward Abbey in 1989.

     

By Brandolon Barnett     

February 20, 2013     

Film Screening: "Beyond Pollution"

By Brandolon Barnett

February 13, 2013 

A digest of the latest green community news in North Texas Jan 21.  This week assistant editor Julie Thibodeaux reports on • Recycling Bins Planned for Fort Worth and Dallas • The Future of Prairie Fest • Public Hearing on Cowtown's Solid Waste Plan


(Photo: Random photo? Yes. Awesome? Also yes. An alligator takes a peak in this photo courtesy the Nature Conservancy in Texas)     

Published 01/17/2013    

Julie's Green Light is a new, regular feature in Green Source DFW. This week Assistant Editor Julie Thibodeaux covers Dallas philanthropist Ariel Nessel - Pollination Project, the City of Dallas Zero Waste Goals and Fort Worth's JIm Marshall - Bluebirder of the Year 2012

  

(Photo: A view of the snowy Trinity River during Tuesday's Christmas snowstorm; nature at its finest courtesy of Streams and Valleys Inc.) 

Published 12/27/2012

Dec. 10, 2012 

Most people have heard of the Denton County suburb, but not many have been up to the actual “Flower Mound” where the city got its name.

Legend goes, Native Americans considered the Mound a sacred site and buried their dead there. Located at the crossroads of FM 3040 and FM 2499, early Anglo settlers used it as meeting place.

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