Important Announcements

Meetings are currently held on the 4th Tuesday, 6pm, at the South Waco Library, 2737 S. 18th St., Waco, TX 76706. Meetings occur most months, but each should be confirmed by an announcement on this website This website can now be reached entering the following URL: Free "climate crisis is here" yard signs may be obtained by emailing To join our email list and be informed of meetings, events, and campaigns, please email Alan at Scroll down to "Sixth Annual Climate Crisis Art Show Winners."

EARTH DAY: Complimentary Carbon Sinks (Red Mulberries), April 20

Waco Friends of the Climate will give away 400 Red Mulberry seedlings in celebration of Earth Day. These trees function as important carbon sinks to combat the climate crisis.

--First come, first served.
--Each seedling will be accompanied by a sheet with care instructions and a business card-sized information sheet with our contact information and about 15 additional actions one may take to combat the climate crisis.
--Red Mulberry (Morus rubra) is a deciduous tree, growing to 35-50 feet. It can live up to 125 years. The tree is relatively hardy to drought, pollution, and poor soil. The berries are eaten raw, used in fillings in pastries, and fermented into wine. The tree is recommended for McLennan County.
--The carbon sequestration trees perform is vital to the challenge of climate breakdown. --The tree will also provide shade, help purify the air, protect the soil from erosion, combat the urban heat island effect, support human relaxation, and offer a biodiversity hotspot.
--for more information:
--for free delivered "CLIMATE CRISIS IS HERE" yard signs:
--to view our online climate art exhibit: