El Centro College Food and Hospitality Institute

The Food and Hospitality Institute, located at the El Centro College Downtown Campus, is the choice if you want a great, hands-on education at a fraction of the cost of for-profit culinary schools. Our in-the-kitchen training with experienced professionals, combined with strong industry connections, will give you the expertise to help you land the job you want — and set you apart from the competition.

EarthxFilm

EarthxFilm showcases films and emerging media that explore conservation, climate change, and the environment while honoring the heroes working to protect our planet.

Good Local Markets

Good Local Markets is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization working to create a stronger demand for local foods. Our farmers markets serve thousands of residents looking for healthy and locally raised foods. Good Local Markets also present some of our region’s top makers of clothes, jewelry, furniture, fine art, toys and more, hand made by North Texans. Our markets now serve to connect local farmers, food producers and craftsmen directly to our community.

Lord Green Strategies

Leading the evolution of sustainability.

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The Oak Cliff Veggie Project

Our mission is to affect a positive change to the agricultural and dietary landscapes in the under served neighborhoods of Dallas by providing access to and education about the cultivation and use of fresh produce.

 

Khao Noodel Shop

Khao Noodle Shop is a cozy restaurant in East Dallas, serving Chef Donny’s signature Boat Noodles and other Laotian bites inspired by his mom, his childhood memories of her home-cooking and his travels throughout Southeast Asia. It’s a place to khao gun (come together) and to share home-cooked dishes with friends and family.