The world's population is now up to 7.2 billion. Population Media Center, whose Texas headquarters is located in Fort Worth, performs outreach on issues related to population in 50 countries. Images courtesy of Population Media Center.

July 8, 2014 

By Rita Cook 

About 15 dwellings are planned for the Wildflower Ecovillage, formerly known as the DFW Ecovillage, on this 70-acre property in Greenville, northeast of Dallas. Photos courtesy of Wildflower Ecovillage.

July 2, 2014

By Penelope Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Native Prairies Association of Texas is hosting meetings July 14 in Fort Worth and July 16 in Dallas in hopes of starting two North Texas chapters. Photo courtesy of NPAT.

June 30, 2014

By Julie Thibodeaux 








 

The State of the Prairie Conference will be held May 29-May 31 in Fort Worth.

Tours of the Tandy Hills Natural Area, a 160-acre prairie remnant in Fort Worth, will be held on May 29. Photo courtesy of Don Young.

May 26, 2014

By Julie Thibodeaux

The City of Dallas Environmental Education Initiative is accepting applications for its summer Team Waterworks program for high school students to be held June 16-20.

May 14, 2014

By Amy Martin 
Photos by Scooter Smith 

North Texas Wild is an ongoing series showcasing the wild spaces in and around North Texas.

More than 5,500 people in DFW have pledged to pick up 10 pieces of trash every Tuesday as part of an area-wide anti-litter campaign. Courtesy of Reverse Litter.

May 13, 2014

You may have noticed the slogan lately on billboards, buses and in TV and radio ads. Friendly folks of all ages are touting that they "took the pledge to pick up 10.”

Bill Neiman, owner of Native American Seed, at his seed-cleaning facility in Junction.

The former Flower Mound resident became an advocate for landscaping with Texas natives while operating a nursery in Argyle.

Courtesy of Callie Richmond/Texas Tribune.

May 12, 2014

This 13-acre site in Richardson is one of the few remaining remnants of blackland prairie in Texas. A local developer has plans to build high-end homes on the property. Photo courtesy of Eric Reed. Additional photos by Karl Thibodeaux.

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