The following individuals are finalists for the Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Awards in the entrepreneur category. The results are based on votes from hundreds of Green Source DFW readers.


Feb. 19, 2014

DFW greenies looking for inspiration can find it in Margie Jackson Haley. From fighting coal plants to raising backyard chickens, the Dallas philanthropist and activist has done it all.

Urban Acres held a ribbon cutting at their new location on Beckley Avenue on Jan. 31.

Photos courtesy of Barbara Bailey.

Feb. 17, 2014

Hand-carved soapstone hearts from Kenya. Available at Fair & Square Imports in McKinney.

Feb. 7, 2014





Jan. 8, 2014

Dallas eco-friendly artist Reed Hoover is turning 83 years old next month but he’s creating art that appeals to a new generation of “green” art collectors.

Jan. 7, 2014

By Rita Cook 

What is your eco-friendly resolution for 2014? We contacted a few of the green folks we know in North Texas who told us about their goals or, in some cases, what they’re already doing to ease the stress on Mother Earth.

THE SHORT LIST

Jan. 6, 2014

By Julie Thibodeaux

Remarkable things happened on the green front in North Texas in 2013, thanks to local green movers and shakers. New green businesses sprang up while eco-activists discovered strength in numbers. Here are some of the year’s highlights: 





Amy Martin launched Moonlady News in the 1990s to spread wholistic green community news in North Texas.

 

 

 

 

Vegan gingerbread cupcakes from the all vegan Reverie Bakeshop in Richardson.

Courtesy of Reverie Bakeshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Dec. 16, 2013

By Minnie Payne

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