If you’re planning to buy a natural Christmas tree from a local tree lot or cut-your-own farm, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension has helpful information online regarding the differences between types of trees, how to care for a natural tree after you bring it home, and how to buy a tree so that it can be planted in your landscape after the new year.
Volunteers organized by the Dallas chapter of SAP Business Women’s Network and One Earth One Chance braved the cold and rain earlier this month to help plant 10 trees around Lookout Park in recognition of Texas Arbor Day.
Visitors to the City’s CORE District may notice an increase in activity on the medians and sidewalks this month, as Parks staff have begun removing dead and damaged trees and preparing the area for new plantings.
America Recycles Day is celebrated each year on Nov. 15, and it’s a good time to get up-to-date on what’s currently being accepted in the City’s blue bag recycling program, as processing and demand for recycled material can change.
The North Texas Master Naturalists and Texas Conservation Alliance held an event at the Canyon Creek Marsh and Wildscape (behind the Hilton Garden Inn, 1001 President George Bush Turnpike) last month.
The first new major reservoir in Texas in nearly 30 years officially opened Oct. 14 as part of the North Texas Municipal Water District’s supply system, which serves Richardson.
Crews from Richardson’s Parks and Recreation Department have been busy sowing wildflower seeds in Richardson parks and medians in preparation for the city’s annual spring blooms, and the City is helping residents get started doing the same for their own landscapes.
Now that fall is underway along with several temperate, sunny days, the City’s Community & Corporate Environmental Cleanup Program has seen an uptick in activity.
The strategy allows for lawn irrigation at even-numbered addresses on Tuesdays and Saturdays and...
Earlier this month, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) officially dedicated Bois d’Arc Lake, the first new major reservoir in Texas in nearly 30 years and a future supplier of water to NTMWD cities (including Richardson).