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Spotlight on Fort Worth's Log Cabin Village
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Fort Worth, Texas
is located in Tarrant County. The cities of Arlington, North Richland Hills and Alliance make up the greater Fort Worth
Walking through Fort Worth's Log Cabin Village is like stepping into North Texas' frontier in the nineteenth century. With log houses built in the mid-1800s, a one-room schoolhouse, a water-powered gristmill and historical interpreters you feel as though you've been transported back to a much simpler time—a time without luxuries like cars or electricity
. You immediately marvel at how anyone could survive. But if you take a step back, you might come away with some valuable lessons for our times.
Let's face it. We've slowly but surely been destroying our environment since those simpler days. With our ever-expanding reliance on fossil fuels like coal and oil, we've created a very serious climate problem—both polluting the air that we breathe and changing our climate patterns.
Today, the importance of relying on clean energy
from renewable sources, like the sun, wind and water is being stressed more and more. Unlike fossil fuels, clean energy
releases no emissions that harm our environment. Clean energy
does not deplete natural resources, nor is it something that we should have to rely heavily on foreign powers for.
So maybe we should take a note or two from history and look back at what those pioneers in the Texas frontier were doing. Without the dirty energy that we've grown to rely on, they found a clean, easy way to power their mills. It got the job done and it didn't release any dangerous emissions. The alternative energy
of our past could very well be the key to our future.
Population and Demographics
is the 5th largest city in Texas and the 17th largest city in the US, with a population over 700,000 people. According to the 2007 U.S. Census estimates, 63% of Fort Worth's
population is White, nearly 19% are Black or African American and less than 4% are Asian.
Professional Sports Teams and Events
Fort Worth Cats
Home to the NASCAR track, Texas Motor Speedway
Home to the "Fifth Major" in PGA Golf at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
Theatres, Museums and Music
has many Museums, Theatres and Music venues including the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Casa Manana and the Jubilee Theater.
Companies Headquartered in Fort Worth
Pier 1 Imports
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
has four airports, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, Fort Worth Meacham International Airport and Fort Worth Spinks Airport. The DFW International Airport is the 4th largest airport in the US and largest in the state.
temperature is typically between 32 degrees to 90 degrees throughout the year. For 25% of the year the temperature is 90 degrees or greater. Winter in Fort Worth
averages a low in the 30's and a high in the 60's. Fort Worth
rarely sees a measurable snowfall.
Colleges and Universities
Fort Worth, Texas
has more than 10 colleges and universities including the University of Texas at Arlington, Texas Christian University and Texas Wesleyan University.