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How the Tenison Park Pollinator Garden Is Saving the Monarch Butterfly with Flowers

A certified “monarch way-station,” the 1.9-acre plot is filled with plenty of native flora to support the endangered butterfly species as it migrates back and forth from Mexico.
By Ellen Daly
The 2020 Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum.
Events

Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend

The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
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Nature & Environment

Law Man Walking: Nature Treks With Bill Holston

A hike to Big Spring, a site once visited by Sam Houston
By Bill Holston
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Education

Texas Trees Foundation Is Giving Away 500 Trees to Some Dallas Residents  

The organization is on a mission to beautify the neighborhoods around four Dallas elementary schools. Here's how you can get involved.
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Nature & Environment

Local Eagle Dares You to Peer at Him With Live Cam

This is just a stock photo of an eagle. But he'll jack you up. Make no mistake.
By Tim Rogers

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Nature & Environment

Oncor’s Clear-Cut Lies and Prevarications at White Rock Lake

The company's statements about its destruction of part of the Old Fish Hatchery don't align with reality.
By Tim Rogers
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Nature & Environment

Oncor Lays Waste to Swath of Land at White Rock Lake

The electric-transmission company clear-cut and mulched about 7 acres of the Old Fish Hatchery.
By Tim Rogers
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Business

Five Actions Business Leaders Can Take To Create A More Sustainable Future

EarthX Founder Trammell S. Crow says the best environmental solutions will come from market-driven, business-led innovations.
By Trammell S. Crow
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Natural Disasters

New Study: Parts of Texas Could Face Abrupt Ecological Collapse By 2030

A Nature study describes a chain reaction that will accelerate the massive die-off of species in regions throughout Texas and the American South
By Peter Simek