Gardopia, a nonprofit that builds community gardens to educate the population on health and wellness through gardening, celebrated its one-year anniversary on Saturday.
On July 7, NASA awarded a $1.24 million grant to San Antonio’s WEX Foundation to implement an education program where underserved students build technology useful for human colonization on the moon.
The City of San Antonio, with its recycling partner company Recommunity, has introduced a new fine for bulky trash items placed in recycling bins in an attempt to reduce unusable refuse from their collections.
The City of San Antonio is ramping up its program to collect organic waste from every home in San Antonio by next spring.
City Council approved two proposals intended to reduce pollutant exposure within city limits Thursday: an anti-idling ordinance and a ban on coal tar sealants.
The Cartwright family and the hogs that they raise have been living off the land together in South Texas for generations – but they weren’t always working together.
A new rule imposed by the 78209 Farmers Market has stirred controversy between local vendors and management.
Trinity University is launching a new farmers market on campus, starting March 26, that aims to connect students and community members with fresh food and local goods.
The amount of fish coming from the Gulf of Mexico to American plates could double in a few years thanks to a new rule from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Editor’s note: This story was originally published on Jan.