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    Read our new Sustainable Addison blog

    Get updates and tips directly from the Town of Addison’s Sustainability Program staff.
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    A guide to trash and recycling in Addison

    Find everything you need to know about trash pickup and where to recycle.
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    Landscape Basics 101 class set for May 27 is open to the public

    Natives -- TX SageSign up today for Landscape Basics 101 taught by Texas A&M Agrilife Extension experts. The class is set for May 27 at the Surveyor Water Tower in the evening. The public is welcome to attend. Please read more to RSVP.

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    Everything’s coming up natives: Addison’s plan for testing drought-hardy blooms

    Addison Natives photo at Ctherine Robertson'sAddison will soon be testing an array of Texas natives and adapted blooming plants in the town’s test beds at Les Lacs Park across from the Addison Athletic Center. The project aims to identify blooming native varieties that might be used in common areas and at municipal centers.

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    Lowe’s joins stores cutting back on neonicotinoid pesticides that kill bees

    Bee loving on purple flowerHome improvement store Lowe’s announced it will stop selling bee-killing neonicotinoid and plants treated with neonicotinoids, though the phase out will not be complete until 2019.

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    Water Restrictions: Stage 1 Restrictions

    Welcome to Addison Green

    The Town of Addison City Council, City Manager and Town staff are committed to taking action to make Addison a leader in sustainable development and operations that protect and enhance the Town’s quality of life.

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    When planning a cruise, make sure to set sail with an environmentally friendly cruise ship. Since the ships are like floating cities, make sure the cruise you take is not damaging the water that it floats in.