On the op-ed page of The Dallas Morning News this morning, two local epidemiologists with national/international reputations weigh in for more aerial spraying to combat West Nile disease. Robert Haley, the Gulf War Syndrome expert, and James Luby, an expert on St. Louis encephalitis at UT Southweste ... More >>
We're getting only half the story about the risks and dangers of pesticides.
The "to" in farm-to-table will get plenty of attention at an upcoming conference hosted by the Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association The theme of the group's annual three-day conference, scheduled to start on January 28 in Killeen, is "Texas Farms Direct." As the website explains it, ... More >>
Brandon ThibodeauxHoward GarrettThe New York Times today has a story about an organic golf course on Martha's Vineyard of which the newspaper says: "Opened eight years ago, the club is thought to be the only completely organic golf course in the United States ..." As we know, that actually mean ... More >>
How radio show host Howard Garrett pushed Dallas to the center of the organic gardening movement through passion, principle and molasses
I think maybe what I should do at this point is go down by the Trinity River with a baseball bat, hit myself in the head and just fall in. How can we be 10 years into the debate on putting a toll road inside the river park downtown? How can we be a week away from a damned referendum on it? And the c ... More >>
It's easy being green
This new Trinity River plan is suspiciously reasonable
Plus: Angry Americans, Plague Year, A Sucker Born
Is the dousing doing any good?
Kings Creek Gardens