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Air Alliance Houston

Dr. Bakeyah Nelson, Executive Director bakeyah@airalliancehouston.org Paige Powell, Director of Operations paige@airalliancehouston.orgMore Details
Work 3914 Leeland Street Houston TX 77003 Work Phone: (713) 528-3779 Website: Air Alliance Houston

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Dr. Bakeyah Nelson, Executive Director
bakeyah@airalliancehouston.org

Paige Powell, Director of Operations
paige@airalliancehouston.org

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Center for Recycled Art

Ramona Brady, Founder info@recycledarthouston.orgMore Details
Home 1719 Live Oak, #250 Houston TX 77003 Work Phone: (832) 260-5853 Website: Center for Recycled Art Website

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Ramona Brady, Founder
info@recycledarthouston.org

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Urban Harvest

Sandra Wicoff, Executive Director Ext. 1013 sandra@urbanharvest.org Libby Kennedy, Director of Development Ext. 1021 libby@urbanharvest.org Purpose: Urban Harvest encourages community, good nutrition and sustainability through the teaching and support of organic gardening. Programs: Every year, Urban Harvest conducts more than 100 classes on a variety of subjects ranging from canning vegetables to living sustainably through permaculture priniciples…More Details
Work 2311 Canal, Suite 200 Houston TX 77003 Work Phone: (713) 880-5540 Website: Urban Harvest Website

Sandra Wicoff, Executive Director
Ext. 1013
sandra@urbanharvest.org

Libby Kennedy, Director of Development
Ext. 1021
libby@urbanharvest.org

Purpose: Urban Harvest encourages community, good nutrition and sustainability through the teaching and support of organic gardening.

Programs: Every year, Urban Harvest conducts more than 100 classes on a variety of subjects ranging from canning vegetables to living sustainably through permaculture priniciples. We offer adviceeducation, and services to provide parents, teachers, and administrators with information to build and maintain a successful and sustainable school garden program. The Urban Harvest Farmers Markets bring the bounty of the garden to Houstonians several times a week year round, rain or shine. Urban Harvest supports more than 130 community gardens planted with a variety of goals. Urban Harvest provides gardening advice through classes, programs, books, and extensive resources online.

Major Events: Fruit Tree Sale.

Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers are essential for Urban Harvest to fulfill its mission. Whether as a Farmers Market assistant or volunteering at a school garden build, we need your help!

Publications: Quarterly newsletter Growing Season; Book: Year Round Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers for Metro Houston by Bob Randall, Ph.D.