By Julie Thibodeaux


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.

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

By Julie Thibodeaux

May 21, 2013

May 16, 2013   

Shameel Thawerbhoy of Swiss Cleaners in Dallas says that about 15 years ago,his father Zale decided to not only do all the dry cleaning on the premises, but also to do it with a twist of green too.

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




By Rita Cook

Here comes spring and what better time to figure out how to “green” your home.  No matter what changes you want to make from the small to the more ambitious, you can garner tips from Anna Clark, author of Green, American Style, who owns the second LEED approved home in Dallas. Recently, she shared some of the sustainable choices she's made in her home.

By MInnie Payne

Folks in and around Dallas’ Greenville Avenue, and otherwise, are now privileged to have Green Grocer (, another source of locally grown fresh organic food,  as well as, among other things, a variety of beer and wine, eggs, meat, cheeses, chocolates, and coffee.   

By Rita Cook

It’s hard  enough to open up a store and find great products to sell, but even more difficult when you set out to find products that help create sustainability and make a positive impact.