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Farmers' Market Guide

Buying locally inspires creativity, community sharing and gratitude toward food that is often lost in big box stores and major grocery chains.

Compost Feeds the Soil

Here in North Texas, growing things can be difficult, whether it’s vegetables, grass or shrubs.

Holistic Vet Recommends Organic Pet Food

OolaLife

Oola (originating from the word “oo-la-la”) is a lifestyle based on the international best-selling book, Oola: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World.

Hidden Nature Jewels Enhance Urban Livability

A spot of hidden City land along a stretch of the Trinity River’s Elm Fork, in-between I-35E and Storey Lane, in northwest Dallas comprises acres of heavily wooded, boggy bottomlands located where Bachman Branch joins the river.

DART Recipe For Livable Growth

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) mixes the ingredients that make a transit-oriented lifestyle possible, that is destinations accessible by light rail along with businesses and amenities.

City of Plano Excels in Environmental Sustainability

Taking Ownership of Our Waterways

Dallas entrepreneur and environmental activist Garrett Boone is co-founder of The Container Store and an investor in the TreeHouse home upgrade company.

Dallas Couple’s Modern Acupuncture Venture Is On Point

Wellness entrepreneurs Stephanie and Bruce McGovern enjoy bringing effective holistic therapies to the mainstream.

Donna Eden on Working with Energy

For more than four decades, Donna Eden has been teaching people to direct their energies for health and happiness, developing a system that has come to be known as Eden Energy Medicine (EEM).

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