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Documerica Traveling Exhibit Lands in Texas!

2012 August 1

Attendees at the Texas Environmental Superconference in Austin will have a chance this week to walk through the Documerica Returns Traveling Exhibit as it opens in the south central U.S.

Next week, the exhibit will be displayed in the lobby of Fountain Place at 1445 Ross Avenue in downtown Dallas.

For the duration of August, the exhibit will be in the hands of EPA Region 6, which more locally serves Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Some of the project’s top photos have come from this part of the U.S., let this bring in more! If you have a view of your environment and surroundings to share — and we mean it when we say good, bad, or ugly — let it be part of the picture.

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s featured photo and the latest Documerica Match-up Challenge on Monday!

Sweetleaf Nature Trail, Jones State Forest in Camp Strake, Texas by cool.as.a.cucumber on Flickr.

Sweetleaf Nature Trail, Jones State Forest in Camp Strake, Texas by cool.as.a.cucumber on Flickr.

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  1. qlzzemsufh@gmail.com permalink
    December 11, 2012

    Hi there, just wanted to mention, I loved this blog post. It was practical. Keep on posting!

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