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Why Cheapest Isn’t Always Best

"Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” - Warren Buffett

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Submitted by Native on Fri, 05/15/2015 - 10:11am

Home Tour the Best Energy-Smart Home of the Year

NATiVE, Danze & Davis, Smart-Energy Homeowners
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855.BLD.NATIVE x 213
Best Energy-Smart Home of the Year
216 Vineyard Ridge Path
Driftwood, TX 78619
Submitted by Native on Mon, 04/27/2015 - 1:56pm
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"Shades of Green" Environmental Talk Radio on KOOP 91.7 (Austin Earth Day Festival!!!)

Please join John Hoffner, Reed Sternberg, & Stacy Guidry for another edition of "Shades of Green", Austin's only live environmental talk radio program, on KOOP 91.7FM and streamin

John Hoffner, Reed Sternberg, & Stacy Guidry
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KOOP Community Radio
3823 Airport Blvd. Suite B
Austin, TX 78723
Submitted by stacy guidry on Wed, 04/15/2015 - 6:02pm
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NATiVE Partners With 1Sun Solutions

AUSTIN, TEXAS - April 10, 2015 - NATiVE, a leader in green building and solar contracting, has fi

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Submitted by Native on Fri, 04/10/2015 - 11:47am

The Second Annual- Texas Wild Rice Festival - Celebrating our Central Texas Springs (FREE FAMILY FUN!)

Mark your Calendars, the 2nd Annual Texas Wild Rice Festival will be April 11th, 2015 at Sewell Park!

This will be our second year gathering to learn and celebrate the unique ecosystem that is the San Marcos River. Last year was such a success with over 3,000 participants we are excited to host another one.

The waters of the San Marcos River have attracted humans for thousands of years making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America! The headwaters of the San Marcos is home to eight endangered species, four of which are endemic to San Marcos - including the Texas Wild Rice! One of the main purposes of this festival is to spread this knowledge and educate all who attend.

We also want to help educate people about the importance of our Central Texas springs and the threats that our water supply and aquifers are undergoing.

This special place deserves celebration and we will be doing so with music, art, science, food, local vendors, and free hands-on workshops. We also be screening the award winning documentary film Yakona with a live orchestral score being shown on the Alamo Drafthouse Outdoor Screen! You won't want to miss it.

We will also have live music throughout the day such as Guy Forsyth & The Hot Nut Riveters, Henry and the Invisibles among others. We have engaging speakers coming to share and interactive displays and demonstrations teaching about everything from water conservation to biofuels and movement arts!

This festival is FREE and funded by community support. Donations are accepted. Texas Wild Rice Festival is a non-profit organization and appreciates your support!

Texas Wild Rice Festival
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Sewell Park
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Submitted by texaswildricefe... on Fri, 04/03/2015 - 2:29am
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Why Go Solar Now?

As we head into another scorching summer in Texas, the temptation to go solar is only natural. Look outside: Our roofs are drenched in untapped energy reserves.

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Submitted by Native on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 3:33pm

Wildflower Church Earth Day Fair

Come celebrate the Earth and learn ways to preserve the planet and get involved!

Wildflower Church: A Unitarian Universalist Congregation
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Wildflower Church campus
1314 E Oltorf St
Austin, TX 78704
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