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Extinction is Forever

In Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy, rangers devote their lives to caring for and protecting Sudan, the last male white rhino, along with Sudan’s daughter and granddaughter.

A Day For Flying Kites

The city of Dallas Trinity River Kite Festival will take place from11 a.m. to 5 p.m., September 14, along the Dallas floodway between Commerce Street and IH-30.

Climate Action Progress

The city of Dallas Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan (CECAP) has completed the first round of resident surveys and community meetings.

Sustainability Summit in Mesquite

A variety of educational sessions will be offered for attendees in five focus areas to explore the central theme in more depth.

Lifeblood for Small and Urban Farmers

Texas Agrilife is a resource that honors the historic Texas way of life and love for and dependence on the land.

New Website Affiliation with Natural Awakenings

Publisher Bernice Butler is launching new “digital-centric” website initiative in August and offering 10 Community Sponsor slots at pre-launch prices.

Connect With Community During Healthy Living Fair

Frisco Fresh Market is hosting a Healthy Living Fair in conjunction with its Healthy Bites Market days from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., August 17 and 18, co-sponsored by Natural Awakenings Dallas magazine.

Developing Food Youth Leadership

Independent family farmers and ranchers, homesteaders, home gardeners, activists, and local food enthusiasts will gather for the 13th annual Farm & Food Leadership Conference.

Paul Quinn College Embraces Solar Energy

Paul Quinn College, in Dallas, is undertaking a strategic energy initiative in partnership with GridMarket, EarthX, Environ Partners and Go Big Solar.

Don’t Miss the Annual DFW Pond Tour

The North Texas Water Garden Society’s 28th annual Tour of Ponds on June 8 and 9 is a two-day, self-guided tour of 40 member ponds all across the Metroplex.

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