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A Bike Ride to Help Bees and Monarchs Survive

The inaugural Great Seed Bomb 15-mile fun ride, benefiting bees, monarch and other pollinators, will kick off on November 14 in Fort Worth.

Root & Branch Revue 2015 Features Activist Lois Gibbs

A full day of workshops will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., November 7, at First Unitarian Church of Dallas, preceded by several panel discussions and events around town.

Dallas Recycling Roundup Celebrates America Recycles Day

In observance of America Recycles Day, the city of Dallas is holding a Fall Recycling Roundup, rain or shine, from 9 am. to 3 pm., November 15, in both North and South Dallas.

Loyd Park Expands Lodging Capacity

The 791-acre Loyd Park, located in the middle of the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex on the west shore of Joe Pool Lake, has added an 18-room lodge to complement its 221 campsites and eight lakefront cabins.

Chefs for Farmers is a Traveling Feast

Chefs for Farmers brings chefs, artisans and culinary influencers together to celebrate local and regional farmers and promote Dallas as an emerging food city from October 23 through 25.

Earth Day Texas Launches Monthly Series of Eco-Panels and Film Screenings

Earth Day Monthlies (EDMo) will take place every third Thursday of the month and feature a panel of expert speakers tackling a particular theme, from sustainable food and smart energy to higher education and eco-focused careers.

Aurora 2015 Ignites the Night

For one night, 19 city blocks in downtown Dallas will be transformed on October 16 into an open-air urban playground of new media art: light, video, sound, and performance.

Texas Leads the Way in Green Job Creation

The national nonpartisan business group Environmental Entrepreneurs recently released its latest quarterly clean energy jobs report, showing that more than 2,160 new clean energy and clean transportation jobs were announced.

GridNEXT Conference in Houston

The Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance (TREIA) will hold the 30th annual GridNEXT Conference— Advancing Clean Energy on the New Texas Grid—from November 11 to 13, in Houston.

Experience Butterflies, Dinosaurs and Exploration at the Heard

This fall, preschool children will have the opportunity to explore nature in various classes at the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary, where they will engage in hands-on learning experiences promoting a connection to nature.

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