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Natural Awakenings Magazine Dallas

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DFW Solar Tour Among Nation’s Largest

As part of the 20th annual National Solar Tour, the world's largest grassroots solar event, the DFW tour is among the largest in the nation. In total, more than 165,000 participants are expected to visit some 5,500 buildings in 3,200 communities across the U.S.

National Public Lands Day

Every day, natural disasters and extreme weather, human activities, and a host of other factors take their toll on our public lands, threatening the health and well-being of the people and wildlife who depend on them.

Summer Water-Saving Tips

Here are a few ways to save North Texas water in the summertime while maintaining a beautiful lawn.

The Great Seed Bomb Race

The annual Great Seed Bomb Race will take place 1 to 5 p.m., November 5, at the Clear Fork Food Truck Park, in Ft. Worth.

Trammell S. Crow and the Earth Day 50 Challenge

Philanthropist and Earth Day Texas founder Trammell S. Crow has partnered with Future 500 to launch the Earth Day 50 Challenge, a system of market solutions to ocean, forest and climate challenges.
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Texas Campaign for the Environment Strives for Zero Waste

It’s a routine most people are familiar with: on a designated day, we push our garbage and recycling bins to the curb or alleyway, and then a sanitation truck comes by, empties our bins, and a week’s worth of trash magically disappears from our lives.

Richland College Earns Gold Level Green Business Certification

Richland College first learned of the Green Business certification when a representative approached them from Dallas City Hall during the 2017 Earth Day Texas. Ford later contacted the city’s Zero Waste Management Department, which awards the Green Business certification.

Compost Feeds the Soil

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

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.

Metroplex Adopts United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

North Texas institutions have recently signed on to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, starting with Dallas County Community College system-wide adoption of goals.
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A Conversation with No Impact Man

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Green Living Briefs

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New Solar Capacity Outpaced Other Fuel Sources

Flower Power

Farms Test Low-Tech Pesticide Alternative

After Plastic

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Green Shoes

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