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From Earth Day to EARTHx – Trammell Crow Raises the Bar

Despite a lifelong passion for environmental protection, philanthropist and EARTHx founder Trammell S. Crow had considered himself an armchair environmentalist.

Arboretum Fall Festival Features Wizard of Oz Theme

Thousands of pumpkins, gourds and squash have been assembled at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden for the 12th annual Autumn at the Arboretum.

South Oak Cliff is Green and Growing

Of all the DFW green neighborhoods, South Oak Cliff is the greenest, because it’s the most green. While it lacks walkability and its holistic offerings are few, the hilly terrain south of Clarendon between Loop 12 and I-35E boasts some of Dallas’ largest parks, plus it’s a short jump to the best scenery in Dallas County.

North Oak Cliff

Natural Awakenings DFW Edition and GreenSourceDFW.org are partnering in a new series called Green Neighborhoods.

TreeHouse Arrives in Dallas with Ecological Options

TreeHouse, an environmentally conscious home improvement store that has thrived in its hometown of Austin since 2011, is opening a second location at 8021 Walnut Hill, in Dallas, this month.

Discover the Astounding at Earth Day Texas 2017

Earth Day Texas, held from April 21 through 23, at Fair Park, in Dallas, is best enjoyed with the kids, learning how to be more eco-friendly.

Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts—the Brooklyn of Texas

Oak Cliff has been called the Brooklyn of Texas, the cradle of Lone Star blues, and the hipness capital of Dallas.

Mindfulness Instruction Coming to Schools

A “mindfulness boom” is occurring in education. "Ever since a recent viral video about a Baltimore School eliminating suspensions through mindfulness training, we’ve been getting a flood of calls,” says Daniel Sunshine, director of the Mindfulness in Schools Program at the Dallas Yoga Center.

Green Neighborhoods of North Texas

A constellation of neighborhoods, including Casa Linda, Old Lake Highlands, Forest Hills and Little Forest Hills, wrap around the east side of the White Rock Lake. Call it Eastlake. Rich with natural beauty and green-living options, it has the hipness of Lower Greenville and the pastoral residential vibe of Lakewood, but without the fast traffic and crowds.

A New Way to Enjoy a Traditional Beverage

Craftea is a new product on the market that is revolutionizing the way tea lovers make their favorite brews.

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