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GBF Membership Meeting

GBF Membership Meeting What’s Going on With Oyster Harvest in Galveston Bay? What are the Post-Harvey Impacts? Date: Tuesday, September 19th Time: Reception: 6 – 6:45pm Program: 6:45 – 7:45pm Q&A: 7:45 – 8pm Location: United Way Resource Center 50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007 Download Invite Opening Remarks: Representative Ryan Guillen,Texas House District 31 The Panel:  • Lance Robinson – Deputy Director/Management Resources Manager, TPWD Coastal Fisheries Division • Tracy Woody – General Manager, Jeri’s Seafood, Smith Point […]

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Beach Cleanup during National Estuaries Week

Give back during National Estuaries Week by helping at this Texas Adopt-A-Beach cleanup on Saturday, September 23rd from 9am – noon at Ballester Fishing Area in La Porte. Registration is required! Register HERE and select Morgan’s Point: http://bit.ly/2uMV5u5 Background on Morgan’s Point Beach Cleanups: In July 2015, a concerned citizen created a social media report on the […]

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Brews & Barrels: Saint Arnold Rain Barrel Workshop

GBF is partnering with Saint Arnold Brewing Company to host the most unique Rain Barrel Workshop yet! Rain barrels help to conserve water, reduce runoff and flooding, and prevent pollution from reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Learn how you can help protect Galveston Bay, and save money this summer by using rain barrels! Registration costs […]

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Sensational Bay! Family Nature Program

This July, Galveston Bay Foundation will host an immersive, outdoor educational experience for families at its Trinity Bay Discovery Center. Participants will be introduced to the Galveston Bay estuary and watershed by exploring the natural features of the area. All will have the opportunity to express their creative side and to practice investigative skills using scientific tools. Sensational Bay! […]

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Keep Galveston Bay Clean (Public Meeting)

Galveston Bay Foundation wants Bay area residents to have a stake in keeping harmful bacteria out of Galveston Bay. That’s why we are hosting this public meeting to update residents on plans to keep our waters clean. Date: Monday, June 12 Time: 6:30 – 7:30pm Location: Civic Center in League City (400 W Walker St, […]

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Pasadena Rain Barrel Workshop

GBF is partnering with the City of Pasadena to host a Rain Barrel Workshop! Rain barrels help to conserve water, reduce runoff and flooding, and prevent pollution from reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Learn how you can help protect Galveston Bay, and save money this summer by using rain barrels! Registration costs $35 for one […]

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Chambers County Rain Barrel Workshop

GBF is partnering with the Chambers County to host a Rain Barrel Workshop! Rain barrels help to conserve water, reduce runoff and flooding, and prevent pollution from reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Learn how you can help protect Galveston Bay, and save money this summer by using rain barrels! Registration costs $35 for one barrel […]

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Annual Meeting

Sustainability Issues for GBF and Galveston Bay Members and Friends Invited! Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) recently launched its efforts to build a new Education Center & Headquarters on a 30-acre property in Kemah right on Galveston Bay! Join us to learn more about this property and GBF’s plans to build a sustainable building that will […]

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Water Quality Monitoring Training

The Galveston Bay Foundation’s Water Monitoring Team is an integral part of preserving, protecting and enhancing the water quality in Galveston Bay. Volunteers conduct regular sampling around Galveston Bay that includes chemical analyses, physical sampling, and field observations to create a unique portrait of water quality for each site. GBF’s spring training for new volunteer […]

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