1. Community Garden

    Learn the steps in building a community garden.

  2. Compost Pile

    Each year, nearly four million tons of yard trimmings in the form of leaves, grass, tree limbs, weeds and other organic debris are thrown away in Texas. That amounts to almost 20 percent of all trash in municipal landfills.

  3. Garden for Wildlife

    Through this conservation program and community initiative, the City of Irving will work with businesses, homeowner associations, neighborhood associations, residents and schools to conserve and protect the environment by creating more well-connected habitats that allow wildlife such as birds, bees and butterflies to continue to thrive.

  4. Monarch Waystation Habitat

    Monarch waystations are places that provide resources necessary for monarchs to produce successive generations and sustain their migration. Learn how to build one in your backyard.

  5. Rainwater Harvesting System

    A rain barrel is relatively simple and inexpensive item to construct, but it can provide a substantial savings to a homeowner's water utility bill.