The “Texas Superstar” plant guide, a free, go-to guide for gardeners, landscapers and retailers featuring the best plants for Texas, has been updated and is now available online here as well as in printed form.
If you’re getting outside on the Fourth of July for a picnic, we have some tips to keep it eco-friendly.
Join Texas Parks & Wildlife for a fun-filled virtual program and dive into aquatic ecology and the animals that call a pond ecosystem their home.
Texas A&M AgriLife Dallas’ Water University division is presenting “Family Friendly Gardening” live on Zoom Saturday, June 27 from 9-11 a.m.
With more people outside walking pets as they stay home more during the coronavirus pandemic, the City would like to remind pet owners that a Richardson ordinance prohibits leaving pet waste on public or private property (not owned by the pet owner).
Texas A&M AgriLife Dallas’ Water University division is presenting “Pots in Small Spots,” live on Facebook Tuesday, June 23 from 5-6 p.m.
Ever wonder what an eco-friendly lawn looks like? Just check out any Richardson park or median—the City practices “mulch mowing,” or mowing and not bagging grass clippings and leaves.
Get rewarded for the driving miles you save working at home with Try Parking It, a program offered by the North Central Texas Council of Governments to reduce air pollution.
As the calendar turns to June, the four lakes in the North Texas Municipal Water District’s (NTMWD) service area are all 100 percent full or greater thanks to consistent rain in April and May.
Celebrate National Trails Day 2020 tomorrow, June 6, on Richardson’s 40+ miles of trails and walkways found throughout the city.