Meet the Microgreen!

By |2019-03-26T12:40:20-05:00March 26th, 2019|Featured, News|

Microgreens might not look like much at first. Standing at one to three inches tall with only a pair of leaves just starting to form, they look more like springy ground cover than a delicious addition to most foods. They fall between a “sprout” and the “baby” variety of plants; harvested after the plants have [...]

Musgrove Family Farms

By |2019-03-26T17:54:21-05:00March 26th, 2019|Featured, News|

“Everyone is friendly on this farm,” Bill Musgrove proudly told us as we stood petting his delightful 14 year-old donkey, Jack. Bill, the owner of Musgrove Family Farms located in Greenville, TX, took us on a tour of the family’s property earlier this month. And if one thing could define this operation, it would be [...]

Charming at The Market

By |2018-12-21T15:14:04-05:00November 13th, 2018|Featured, News|

CHARMING AT THE MARKET IS NOW OPEN! 1011. S. Pearl Expressway Suite 150 Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 12-5pm   A small business with a big heart. Field to vase flower bouquets, cool gifts, creative workshops, event planning & florals. Charming brings the best of floral design, wedding and event planning and paper suites. They offer full-service [...]

6 Projects That Transformed Dallas Into A Global Powerhouse Over The Last 10 Years

By |2018-05-30T12:54:14-05:00April 23rd, 2018|Featured, News|

The 2007 ULI/PwC Emerging Trends in Real Estate report said of Dallas: “Wide-open Texas markets favor developers, but ‘they are never good places to invest.'” Ten years later, the groups are singing a different tune. Dallas Fort-Worth “is rapidly approaching the level where it is considered as a core primary market,” the emerging trends report [...]

Texas Farm Girl at Dallas Farmer’s Market

By |2018-05-30T12:54:56-05:00April 13th, 2018|Featured, News|

Agricultural education was the theme of this field trip. I did book readings of Texas Farm Girl to the students, while Patrick Wright, a representative from Bonton Farms spoke to the kids about soil, mulch and planting their own food. Janiece Black, with the Dallas Farmer’s Market, explained the differences between a fruit and a [...]