H-GAC’s Fall Planning Workshop for Local Governments, will be a half-day workshop series for local governments features presentations on best planning practices for communities.
This year’s workshop will focus on implementation. Discussion points will include:
- How do you keep your plan off the shelf?
- How do you pay for it?
- How do you do it?
Registration will open in the fall.
The Brays Bayou 2nd Annual Invasive Species Round-Up and Carpathon will be held on October 28 at Willow Waterhole Greenway. Admission and parking are free for all visitors. For those wishing to participate in the tournament, there will be a fee of $20 that allows them to compete in Fly Fishing and Conventional Divisions. Other activities include fishing clinics and and invasive species presentation. The event will be held with the cooperation of the The Texas Flyfishers, and starts at 8:00 am at Westbury Lake (5300 Dryad). For further details, please download the flyer.
Find out how to use the natural benefits of wetland plants and soil right in our cities and suburbs, while also providing a much-needed habitat on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, from noon to 2:00 PM with Mercer Botanic Gardens, presented by Mary Carol Edwards of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. Lunch Bunch presentations are free and are recommended for ages 12 and older. Participants are encouraged to bring lunch to enjoy during the event. To register or to receive additional information, call Mercer Botanic Gardens at 713-274-4160.
Urban Wild is a group of young professionals actively supporting the work of Memorial Park Conservancy through membership and service. In return, Urban Wild members are exposed to various professional networks, as well as opportunities to learn more about, and advocate for, a treasured Houston greenspace. Enjoy a lovely night underneath the stars on top of the Living Bridge with food, lights, and music at their annual Urban Wild Bridge Bash by registering as a member.
Please Join White Oak Bayou Association for its 2017 Annual Meeting
November 14, 2017 – 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Historic Heights Fire Station – Street Level
107 West 12th Street, Houston, TX 77008
6:00 pm Social/Networking
7:00 pm Special Guest Introductions and Presentation
Presenter: Gary F. Zika* – Federal Projects Department Manager for Harris County Flood Control
Title: Review of the White Oak Bayou Federal Project
8:00 pm General Meeting
The Solar Business Festival (SBF) is the leading solar conference and trade show that focuses on Texas markets and provides a significant business platform for knowledge sharing, connectivity, marketing, and sales. The event brings together manufacturers & suppliers, distributors, service providers, installers and integrators, energy consumers, project developers/EPC contractors, investors and analysts, system integrators, government officials & policy makers, utilities, research institutes, architects, and PV equipment & materials companies. For more information and to register, visit www.sbftexas.com.
The Arbor Day Foundation and Dimensions Educational Research Foundation in collaboration with Mercer Botanic Gardens proudly invite you to Nature Explore workshops devoted to reconnecting children with nature. Two workshops are available on Saturday, December 9, 2017. One workshop is $40; register for both workshops to receive a $5 discount. Register online at www.natureexplore.org/workshops/educator-workshops. Workshop location: Mercer Botanic Gardens, Humble, TX.
- Moving to Learn. 9:00 AM to noon. Discover effective techniques for providing indoor and outdoor movement activities that help children develop body control, gain knowledge about the world and enjoy an outlet for emotional expression.
- Heart-Centered Teaching. 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Heart-centered teaching begins with an appreciation for the wonders of the world, the people around us and ourselves. It honors individual gifts and helps children learn authentically. Discover a set of tools for cultivating a more joyful approach to teaching.