Summer is a delicious season of fresh produce, outdoor cooking and refreshing treats.
Finding healthy and reasonably priced food in some Dallas neighborhoods is tough to say the least, so residents in one historic African-American area are taking matters into their own hands.
Hill County’s new garden by the jail is saving thousands of dollars in prison grocery costs. The first harvest isn’t yet complete, but the vegetables harvested so far have saved nearly $2,000.
Forget the fancy dinner this Valentine’s Day, this year you’ve got a more adventurous choice. The third annual “Butterfly Kisses” event is being held at Texas Discovery Gardens.
The sprawling arboretum on the edge of Dallas’ White Rock Lake unveiled the $62 million Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden over the weekend.
1.6 million people will have to brace themselves for June 1st when cities from McKinney to Mesquite to Royce City will go to Stage-3 water restrictions which means just once a week for sprinkler’ed lawns.
It’s a hands-on learning experience that has students at four high-poverty North Texas schools using their organic gardens as a means to learn about everything from science, to math, to language arts.
Gathered in the large garden behind a Richardson ISD elementary school, a group of kindergartners watched as their teacher snipped some basil, let them smell the leaves, and then did the same with oregano.
A three-year-old boy fell into a pond and was pulled in by suction pipes while his father fished just outside the Greenville Electric Utility Station Monday.
Moss Haven Elementary School in Dallas is celebrating its history by unveiling a series of sub-irrigation systems that will form a new educational program about agriculture and the environment.
Some thieves might truly have sticky fingers after a 500-pound beehive was swiped from a garden outside a Texas restaurant.
With spring-like temperatures already upon us, it is time to start sprucing up our homes and planting our gardens for the year.