Frisco’s Keller Williams real estate agents took their annual “Red Day” of service, and turned it toward a green goal. They helped the city place signs on storm sewer drains to remind people that storm sewers flow into natural waterways. Grass clippings, plastic and other trash should be kept out of them. >> Read More
Like many boys approaching their Eagle Scout project, the crowning achievement of years spent working up the ranks of the Boy Scouts, Daniel Fallgatter of Frisco often wondered what he would do to serve the community and win his Eagle badge. Then he read a story about how the 2011-2012 drought had claimed millions of trees in Texas.
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Students from Phillips Elementary School in Frisco came up with a unique kickoff for Earth Month, using garbage can lids as canvases to express their concerns about and hopes for the planet. The project challenged them to think about conservation and find a way to express their ideas using this unusual art surface. >> Read More
Spring is here. The blooms are on the red bud trees, lawns are turning green and parks are beckoning with bursts of color and wildlife. But with these blessings, comes a responsibility, to think about the water we’re using in our yards and gardens. Frisco’s water experts can help you learn to “cycle and soak” to save water on your lawn, and they’ve got many other money-saving tips for conserving outdoor water use. >> Read More