"To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment."
Tell Your Legislators You Support Conservation
Support a good battery recycling bill, HB 1874 by R. Anderson. This bill would create a recycling program for batteries.
Reject a bad wind energy bill (SB 277) by contacting your local State Senator.
Reject tree-killer bills SB744 and HB2052 that would effectively let developers clear-cut land regardless of local law. Similar bills are SB 782, SB 898, and SB 1082. Read more about these bills.
Strengthen HB 1818, the RRC Sunset bill to reauthorize the agency that governs oil and gas for the next 12 years, probably March 22 or 23.
Seaway Pipelines Threat to Dallas Water
On January 30 the first major spill from one of the Seaway Pipelines happened along TX Highway 121 in Collin County. We hope the cleanup and repair will be adequate. Learn about this pipeline system here.
Save Water! Save Electricity!
Your daily habits using both water and electricity add up. Best practices ultimately improve the air you breathe, the quality of the water you drink, and the health of the climate. When you save water you save electricity and vice versa.
Conservation starts at home! Think globally, act locally comes down to your own garbage can. The majority of Americans recycle, so join us. Click here for information about recycling in Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding cities. If you have questions about recycling or recycling campaigns, contact Coralie Miller at 972 699 1687.
You can get FREE mulch delivered to your house from tree service companies, and-or you can pick up FREE mulch by yourself at various companies and city recycling centers. Click here for information about free mulch. If you have questions, contact Kirk or Coralie Miller at 972 699 1687.