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April 20, 2018, 10:00 AM - April 22, 2018, 6:00 PM @ Fair Park
EarthX is the world's largest annual forum for sharing the latest initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, and corporate practices that are reshaping our world. This three-day event will be held April 20-22, 2018, in Fair Park. The Expo features a range of activities to enjoy such as interactive scavenger hunts, an Outdoor Adventure Zone including scuba diving and tree climbing, Goat Yoga, EarthX Solar, Tiny Homes showcase, a Green Auto Show and more. In 2017, EarthX hosted more than 900 organizations, 250 speakers, 61 features and film showcasing green practices to an audience of 116,000.
April 22, 2018, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM @ Kiest Conservation Area
2179 W Kiest Blvd,
Dallas, TX 75224
Join us for a walk through the native prairie meadow at the Kiest Conservation Area in Oak Cliff. Our guide is former Master Naturalist, respected guest speaker on native plants and Studio Outside’s in-house horticultural expert, landscape architect Brian Halsell. The conservation area is a 78 acre tract of land with an island of native Texas prairie. Over 150 wildflower species were identified by master naturalist legend Jim Varnum six years ago. While you’re there, visit the newly opened mile long Meadow Loop Trail. Everyone is invited to attend, and there is no charge. Closed toed shoes are recommended. Water and insect repellant will be provided.
Note: Do not park at the Tennis Center / Conservation Area. Instead you will need to go another quarter mile to the intersection of Hampton Rd and Kiest Blvd and enter the parking area (off Hampton) at the southeast corner of that intersection. Park by the kiosk. Sponsored by the Friends of Oak Cliff Parks.