Some events may require pre-registration. Please check with the event organizer beforehand.

Mercer Botanic Gardens – Volunteer Orientation

Timber Lane Community Center 1904 Naplechase Crest Dr, Spring, TX

You are invited to a one-hour overview of Mercer Botanic Gardens – our history, present and future! You do not need to be a volunteer to attend, nor is this... Read More →

Buffalo Bayou – Pollinator Walks

Lost Lake in Buffalo Bayou Park 902 Commerce St, Houston, TX

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 a representative from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, will lead you on a walk to identify those native plants and flowers that attract the necessary pollinators... Read More →

Wild at Work: A Stewardship Series

Virtual Meeting link will be emailed to chapter members., Houston, TX

Enter into VMS as AT: Other This is a free webinar being offered by Texas Wildlife Association on Thursday next week (26th), from noon to 1 PM. It’s the first in a new series titled “Wild at Work: A Stewardship Series,” and this first episode will be about wildlife monitoring and how it informs habitat management.... Read More →

Webinar – Is There an Association Between Air Pollution and COVID-19 Mortality?

Virtual Meeting link will be emailed to chapter members., Houston, TX

The air quality in Harris County is influenced by multiple sources of pollution, including extensive road traffic, concrete batch plants, proximity to the largest petrochemical industrial complex in the United States, and port activities in the Houston Ship Channel. It is also important to note that environmental risks are not always uniformly distributed in urban... Read More →