This month we will continue discussion of Nature’s Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation That Starts in Your Yard by Douglas W. Tallamy. Contact Cheryl Barajas for more information. The Heritage Book Study Group meets the first Monday of the month at 1 pm. Opportunity: AT: Heritage Book Study Group
Join us at the Environmental Institute of Houston at the UHCL campus for weeding, planting, and other maintenance activities. We meet every Tuesday (except University holidays) from 9am – 11am. For more information contact Wendy Reistle Voluntary Opportunity: Wetland Restoration-EIH (Environmental Institute of Houston)
Presentation/Talk Title: A Warm Welcome for All. Presenter: Lisa Reznicek, Outdoor Education Specialist & Master Interpreter, Texas Texas Parks and Wildlife Register at this link: https://tinyurl.com/2p857x6x Or use this QR Code: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Reach out to Mohammed Nasrullah for more information. Opportunity: AT:GBAC
Please remember to dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes or boots that can get muddy, and bring work gloves. Find out more information and RSVP by contacting Christy Taylor Opportunity: Exploration Green – NRM
Presentation on Sea Turtles of the Gulf focusing on the Green Sea Turtle and what they can do and are doing to help them. Vegetables grown by these students are used in rehabbing the green sea turtles at the Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research. Come join the fun! Contact Maureen Nolan-Wilde for more information.... Read More →
Reconstructing the Flower Garden Banks from the Inside Out Who knew, that hidden beneath the beautiful reefs we know and love, lay ancient reefs of a different nature? In 2006-2007, while conducting annual long-term monitoring activities at the Flower Garden Banks, researchers discovered remnants of a fossil reef comprised of elkhorn and staghorn corals, species... Read More →
Prairie Restoration volunteer work at San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site that includes potting and planting grasses and forbs. Meet by the park headquarters next to the stone columns at the entrance to the park. Contact Jim Duron for more information.
Contact Maureen Nolan-Wilde for more information. Opportunity: AT: GBAC Sponsored
Join us for prairie restoration activities: potting, lateral transfers, weeding and more at Armand Bayou Nature Center. Volunteers meet at the green house. For more information contact Jim Duron.