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Use Compost to Feed North Texas Soil the Natural Way

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 11/11 8:00A Bernice Butler
Here in North Texas, growing things can be difficult. Some of us struggle with black clay soil, while others have sandy soil. Construction debris and compaction, as well as buildup of chemicals in the...

EarthXFilm Strike Out Straws Campaign

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 11/8 5:00A Bernice Butler
EarthXFilm has launched Strike Out Straws, in which individuals and businesses can pledge to stop using single-use plastic straws. People can take the pledge online at...

Sustainability Summit Focuses on Partnerships

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 11/5 3:00A Bernice Butler
The 2018 Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) Sustainability Summit will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., November 9, with a theme of partnerships that cement relationships and...

Future Worlds Theme of Dallas AURORA

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 11/2 12:00P Bernice Butler
The fifth AURORA, a public biennial exhibition focused on light, video and sound art, will take place around the Dallas City Hall and throughout the city on November 3. This series of artistic...

Free Document Shredding Events

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 11/2 6:00A Bernice Butler
Designed for those with documents containing sensitive and personal information looking for a safe and secure way to dispose of these documents for free, Resource One hosts ShredFest from 9 a.m. to 1...

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