By Rita Cook

By Julie Thibodeaux

By Julie Thibodeaux

More than 30 environmental enthusiasts turned out for the Green Source DFW Summer Mixer on July 18 at The People’s Last Stand in Dallas.

 

July 15, 2013

Lynne Weinberger began her eco-friendly artist quest back in the 1960s. True, the McKinney native was just in elementary school at the time, but using her artist skills with fabric felt right.

By Julie Thibodeaux

By Rita Cook

Artists Elizabeth "Sissy" Bingham and Lynn Reagan of the Rockin AB Artists Studio got started on their eco-friendly artist quest as mosaic artists about 10 years ago.

“We started taking mosaic classes at the Creative Art Center and found our niche,” said Bingham. 

July 5, 2013

• The BOPA program, launching in August, will help residents dispose of the top four household hazardous waste items safely and more conveniently.

• Old satellite dishes and license plates inspire whimsical designs

By Rita Cook     

East Dallas resident Cynthia Daniel says she started out creating her art with used metal because it was less expensive than buying new metal, but now it is her material of choice.  

By Phillip Shinoda

Last Saturday at Recycle Revolution in Deep Ellum, a collection of environmentalists, friends of owners Eddie Lott and Maria Lott, customers of their recycling business and the eco-friendly Deep Ellum community spent the afternoon partaking of the "hair of the dog" cure and relaxing after the frenetic pace of Earth Day. Translation: free beer, food trucks, live music and a whole lotta happy people. Here are pictures from the day:

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