Tag Archives: Dallas

Wild Film Tour Across Texas

A rare night in Dallas is happening on October 25th. No, it’s not a crazy Halloween bash, it’s a night to view rare short films, three of which are premiering in Dallas. An intimate evening in Oak Cliff to watch … Continue reading

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New Bike Shares In Dallas

To be honest and frank, Dallas is not bike friendly. Our roads are designed for cars with little to no shoulder space, which is often littered with trash, dirt and sharp objects. Our bike lanes are shared spaces with much … Continue reading

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Looking For A House So I Can Be A TreeHouse Customer

I need to buy a house. I need to buy a house to outfit with all the environmentally-friendly products from the new TreeHouse store in Dallas at 8021 Walnut Hill Lane. Bring your truck, it’s worth a visit. No matter … Continue reading

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Environmentalists Must Bridge The Science Knowledge Gap

Amidst the recent strange political environment, the job of an environmentalist has become increasingly arduous. In the first few weeks of the fall semester teaching Environmental Biology at Mountain View College, I’ve noticed an increase in political questions lending themselves … Continue reading

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Dallas Bike Culture Is Slowly Moving Forward

Have you tried running errands on your bike in Dallas? I’ve recently made it a point to get back on the bike for short trips around town, and to exercise my energetic puppy. Using my bike for transportation gets me … Continue reading

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You Can Help Monarch Butterflies And Other Pollinators

Quick, go look out your window! The fourth generation of monarch butterflies have emerged and they are feeding all over Dallas. This last generation of monarchs (for the year) are feeding heavily in preparation for their upcoming extensive migration. These … Continue reading

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October Is Walk To School Month!

More than 4,000 schools across the nation were registered for the annual Walk to School Day on Oct. 5. Only three of these schools were located in Dallas (Wallace Elementary, Parkhill Junior High and Brentfield Elementary). The number of students … Continue reading

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Must Get Out Camping… Now!

We made it through another desperately hot — yet freezing inside — Texas summer. Cooler weather means a decrease in the amount of mosquitoes, the main thing that kept me from lounging in my backyard for the past four months. … Continue reading

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The Stray Dog Problem In Dallas

I was browsing online and next thing I knew I was looking at a video of an adorable yet heartbreakingly sad-faced dog in need of a good home. My emotions took over and within minutes I was using the same … Continue reading

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Floods Or Droughts, Water Quality Is Still An Issue

My summer was full of craziness so I’m catching up and posting my columns that have run in the paper for the last few weeks. Some, like this one, are a little off time-wise but still have great information in … Continue reading

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