Green, Sustainble, Dallas Fort Worth DFW North Cental Texas Local Information Calendar Events Resources Website Green Scheme Family Families Dallas-Fort Worh Free Email Newsletter
CyberParent’s Sustainable,GreenSolutions The Green Scheme for Dallas-Fort Worth and NorthCentral Texas Sustainable Information, Resources, and Events
Air Animals 5 Clothing 5 Ecovillage 7 Energy 6 Energy Audit 16 Food 9 Gardening 9 Green Building 70 Green Economics 11 Green Remodel 88 Homefront 24 Homesteading 4 Local Economy 6 Natural Health 13 Permaculture 20 Personal Care Rainwater Harvest 26 Renewables 33 Solar Electricity 43 Solar Hot Water 14 Solar Pool Heat 15 Sustainability Transportation 1 Travel 3 Water 3 Wind Energy 1
Introduction: Think of this as a retrofit website for making our lives in Dallas-Fort Worth and North Central Texas more safe, more green, more healthy, more sustainable and more fun, actually for less money in the long run.More
Why Local? Less taxes and more money for you! Economists “found that $100 spent at Borders would circulate $13 in the Austin, Texas economy, while $100 spent at the two local bookstores would circulate $45. More Green Cleaning Eachtime we use a chemical cleaning product, we are doing four things: 1) Endangering the health of our families and ourselves. 2) Compromising our indoor air quality 3) Harming the environment 4) Losing $$$. Do we need chemicals to be clean? NO. Chemicalcleaners are only an expensive brown habit!! More
GreenHomesteading From food to renewable energy and from healthto the economy, there are many money, health, energy losses in not choosing greenhomesteading. More
A Drop in theBucket “Don’t worry if your effortsseem small compared to the magnitude of regional, national, or globalchallenges. Many people stop themselves from moving forward by thinking theiractions are just a drop in the bucket. But even one drop is great if it is adrop in the bucket of abundance. With enough drops we will fill thebucket.” Source: Brad Lancaster in Rainwater Harvesting
LocalBanksBy switching to credit unions and community banks, we can take support away from the mega-banks that are at the center of the global economic crisis – and invest in our local communities.
Remember: You vote with every dollar you spend–or deposit! Don’t vote for more of the same.
If you are ready to live a semi-rural life in commuting distance from Dallas, check us out
Skill BuildingClasses. We have lost many of the skills that we need to prosper in energydescent. Others skills are new with new technologies that will make what couldbe a trying time better for us all. Come learn.Come share yourskills.
Note: The opinions expressedherein are exclusively those of the writers or other participants and do not necessarily reflect theposition of CyberParent. They are not intended to take the place of, or the advice of, ahealth, legal, or other professional whose expertise you might need to seek.