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The 2016 Sustainable Landscape Series is almost here!

You suggested and we listened.  After polling the subscribers of our monthly newsletter, we have a fresh lineup of seminars at a new location and time. Seminars will take place on various Saturdays, January - May, from 9 - 10:30 a.m., and will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 305 Century Parkway. Below is an introduction to the 2016 Series, with more dates and seminars to follow:

  • February 13 - Common Pests in the Landscape: Insects & Disease.  Presented by Dr. Greg Church, Texas                                            A&M AgriLife. Register now
  • March 12 - Hardscape and Drought Resistant Planting in the Landscape: Hardscape? Softscape? Come learn the             difference and explore varieties of design for both front and backyards. Presented by Rusty Allen, North Haven               Gardens. Register now
  • March 26 - Spring and Summer Vegetable Gardens: Know where your food comes from by growing your own vegetable    garden. Learn proper soil preparation, garden design, planting times and more! Presented by Daniel        Cunningham, Texas A&M AgriLife. Register now

Please check back as more seminars will be added soon. For more information please contact William Nahas at 214.509.4553.

In Case You Wanted to Review the 2015 Sustainable Landscape Series

Here is a listing of the seminars you missed-The Sustainable Landscape Series-2015.
If you would like to see an archive of previous Sustainable Series, please visit our ACTV site. Look for the Sustainable Series tab. Currently, residents have access to some of the 2015 Sustainable Series, and can be viewed below:

Texas A&M AgriLife: The Urban Sustainability Courses
Two free classes are being offered by Texas A&M AgriLife in Dallas, and are sponsored by North Texas Municipal Water District. If you are interested in more information, view The Urban Sustainability Courses.