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Soil is Not a Dirty Word

With so many options available in the world of turf management, it can be hard to find simple starting points to achieving a healthy lawn and still being pet-friendly. Here are a couple of tips to help on that journey.

Bodywork Roundup

Women Practitioners Focus on Family-Oriented Holistic Wellness

Natural Awakenings caught up with three integrative practitioners for their take on how women are leading the holistic wellness arena.

Women Healing the World

Mata Amritanandamayi’s life, affectionately known as Amma, the “hugging saint”, is someone who has offered her every thought, word and deed for the benefit of others.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Leads the Way to Local Discoveries

Ninth Annual EarthX Covers a Lot of Ground

EarthX, the world’s largest Earth Day Celebration, held from April 26 to 28 at Fair Park, in Dallas.

Going Native In the Landscape

In large areas of Texas, our soil makeup consists of heavy clay with alkaline stone and thin topsoil.

Greening our Preschoolers at Pebble Pond Preschool

Pebble Pond Preschool’s curriculum combines some aspects of the Reggio Emilia, Waldorf and Montessori education models.

New CEO and New Themes at this Years’ EarthX

EarthX, the world’s largest environmental expo, conference and film festival , held April 26 through 28, has appointed Tony Keane as chief executive officer.

Hugs Café Benefits Adults with Special Needs

Hugs Café has been in the making for more than 15 years and began as the dream of founder and president Ruth Thompson.

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