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New Green School coming to DFW

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 5/25 2:44P Bernice Butler
New Green School Slated for Fall Opening A new charter school, Trinity Environmental Academy (TriEA), is opening this August on the campus of Paul Quinn College (PQC) campus,...

Try a Local Brewery This Spring and Beyond

EatGreenDFW iPhone Reporter 5/24 2:00P Rita Cook
Looking for weekend plans this spring? Consider some of Dallas local breweries, where the crafting comes easy for these beer entrepreneurs. Or, stop in at the local...

TPP is one more reason to be a local yokel

Features 5/23 7:29A Liz Berry
A Member from the Local Yokel Urban Farmer's Party ONE MORE REASON TO BE A LOCAL YOKEL and furthermore, TPP may be a good reason to start growing your own food.  ( But this is only an educated guess...

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How Does Salmonella Get into Sushi?

Live Science 5/22 10:48A
Raw tuna is the suspected source of a new outbreak of Salmonella, but how does tuna become contaminated with the bacteria in the first place?

How Seed Laws Make Farmers’ Seeds Illegal

Alternet 5/20 6:40A Maywa Montenegro, Food First
A new report examines how farmers basic right to replant is under renewed threat from corporations and governments. Each time a farmer plants a seed, the crop that emerges...

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  • Dallas Zoo Safari Nights Concert Series Dallas Zoo Read

    Bring a lawn chair/blanket and enjoy live music, beer and wine on shady Cat Green. Catch the all-new Giants of the Jurassic exhibit and other Zoo animals as the sun goes down. Saturdays through Aug. 1. 6–9 p.m.

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    Join us June 18 for Cancer Choices: Hold the Mayo at the Kotsanis Institute. Listen to a long-term survivor tell the real story of how he conquered cancer. Click for more information.

  • Crawfish Boil at Farmers Market in GP Grand Prairie Farmers Market Read

    Come to the Farmers Market in downtown GP for the Crawfish Boil on June 6 featuring authentic crawfish boiled and soaked to perfection on-site with potatoes and corn by Dustin Clement’s Heads or Tails Cajun Crawfish, a beer garden, live music & more!

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