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Ongoing

Jesse H. Jones Park – Summer Camp Counseling

Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center 20634 Kenswick Dr, Humble

Jesse Jones Park is holding a summer camp weekly from June 6 through July 29. This would be a great opportunity for Master Naturalists to get some hours. Camp counselors... Read More →

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Houston Audubon – Sanctuary Stewards

Edith L Moore Plant Nursery 440 Wilchester Blvd, Houston

Our sanctuary is often referred to as a “hidden gem” and has been featured in numerous Houston publications as a wonderful retreat for hikers, birders, and families. Edith L Moore is open 365 days a year from 7am to 7pm, and is completely free. In order to keep the sanctuary free, we need enthusiastic volunteers... Read More →

Buffalo Bayou – Pollinator Walks

Lost Lake in Buffalo Bayou Park 902 Commerce St, Houston

Bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other creatures transfer pollen among flowers, enabling the incredible diversity of plants on our planet to flower and fruit. Dr. Gabriela Sosa, BBP’s Conservation Manager, and... Read More →

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CPC – Indiangrass Preserve

Coastal Prairie Conservancy - Indiangrass Preserve 31950 Hebert Road, Waller

Help us care for the Katy Prairie! Every Tuesday and Friday on the Indiangrass Preserve, volunteer stewards participate in activities critical to the success of our restoration and public access programs. Volunteers maintain the Ann Hamilton Trail, grow out native species in our Coastal Prairie Native Seed Nursery, plant native wildflowers and grasses, remove invasive... Read More →

TPWD – Landowner Workshop

We have a landowner workshop coming up next Saturday, July 16th from 9 AM – 3 PM at the AgriLife center, 17360 Coit Road, Dallas, Texas 75252.  The “land” can be a back yard, several hundred acres, or even a favorite public park.   Here are the topics to be presented: 1-d-1 Wildlife tax valuation... Read More →