This weekend’s Earth Day Texas festival, like its predecessors, includes lots of things for kids to do and adults to learn. And lots of corporations will be promoting their own environmental performance.
But there are also new twists on the free-admission activities at Fair Park, which start Friday. They include an enhanced look at earth science, including climate change and oceans, with presentations by federal research agencies and others.
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