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Join us as we gather, learn and celebrate another year of the Texas Master Naturalist Program. We're preparing this year's meeting as a HYBRID event - both online and in-person at our Marriott contract hotel in Irving, Texas. The event will have plenty of activities for all to enjoy! Join us for a long weekend... Read More →
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Assist the volunteer work crew with the weekly activities.
Exploration Green Plant Propagation The Wetland Nursery at Exploration Green is located near 1801 Neptune Lane, Clear Lake City (Houston) 77062. Park along the street near the bridge (from which you can see the nursery) and take the northeast trail. Contact Mary Carol Edwards email@example.com
Exploration Green Wetland Nursery Volunteer Workday The Wetland Nursery at Exploration Green is located near 1719 Neptune Lane, Clear Lake City (Houston) 77062. Park along the street near the bridge (from which you can see the nursery) and take the northeast trail. We will propagate plants, prepare for planting events, weed tanks, turn compost and... Read More →
Exploration Green Plant Propagation The Wetland Nursery at Exploration Green is located near 1719 Neptune Lane, Clear Lake City (Houston) 77062. Park along the street near the bridge (from which you can see the nursery) and take the northeast trail. We will propagate plants, prepare for planting events, weed tanks, turn compost and general maintenance... Read More →
Willow Waterhole Prairie Demo Gardens @ Willow Waterhole Greenway Great opportunity for Master Naturalists to work with native plants in a premier park which is slowly but surely becoming more naturalized. We work Thursday mornings 8:30-11:30 am at 5310 S. Willow Drive. We're working to clear some patches within the gardens in order to plant... Read More →
GCMN Plant Propagation Workday No experience or equipment necessary, but you may want to bring garden gloves and drinking water. We work rain or shine. Some maps show the wrong location for the Memorial Park greenhouse. Please view the Google map or use the coordinates of the greenhouse: 29.763572, -95.430185. The Greenhouse is on the... Read More →
Every Friday morning (except the first Friday) Houston Audubon volunteers work in the Natives Nursery at Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary, separating seedlings and bumping up wildflowers and grasses. The plants are used in coastal prairie restoration projects or are offered for sale in support of the Bird-Friendly Community program. If you would like to... Read More →
Prairie Friday: Help restore the prairie by potting and planting native plants and forbs every Friday, rain or shine. You do not need to attend every Friday. https://www.abnc.org/volunteer-opportunities Contact Elisa O’Neal, our Volunteer Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-274-2664 for more information.
Group of 20-25 students from Sconzo Early College High School need a couple of adult volunteers to help facilitate habitat management - primarily invasive plant removal. If you would like more information please reach out to email@example.com
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 →
Our next Saturday activity is a trip to Anahuac to maintain the wetland plant tanks on Saturday in the afternoon from 1:30-4:30pm. We can only work in the afternoons during the hunting season. If you would like to come contact Christie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers will be participating in the prairie restoration event on Sims Bayou Greenway. This project is at the corner of SimsBrook Drive and S Post Oak Road, zip code 77045. The nearest address is 14217 S Post Oak Rd. Houston, TX 77045. Volunteers will be split into 3-4 groups of 10 or less due to... Read More →