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Summer Camp

  • April 20, 2021
  • Blog

Summer Camp Get ready to explore, imagine, and create during Galveston Bay Foundation’s Summer Camp Opportunities!   Week-Long Adventures Campers will explore a variety of ecosystems, participate in hands-on lessons, and learn how they can help the Bay during this 5-day camp. Camp agenda does include time for lunch (parent provided).COVID-19 Safety Procedures and more details will be sent to registrants prior to camp attendance.  […]

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Join Us for Oyster Month this April: Buy Tickets Today!

  • March 26, 2021
  • Blog

Come Shellabrate With Us! This April, Galveston Bay Foundation is hosting our inaugural Oyster Month. We have several opportunities for you to enjoy some delicious oysters at one of our partner restaurants starting at $50. Sign up for restaurant discounts, cooking classes, VIP tastings, and more. LEARN MORE / PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS!

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73 acres of valuable wetlands increase habitat restoration efforts in Dollar Bay

Media Contact: Claire Everett 832-536-2259 (Kemah, TX – February 11, 2021) – Construction is underway to add 73 acres of wetland restoration and shoreline protection in Dollar Bay – Moses Lake. The joint conservation effort between Galveston Bay Foundation and local, state, and federal partners will add 47 marsh grass terraces of intertidal marsh […]

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40 acres of new oyster habitat created in first dual sanctuary and commercial harvest reef of its kind in Galveston Bay

Media Contacts: Claire Everett or Carson Sartain 832-536-2259 | 214-335-5836 or (Houston, TX – January 27, 2021) – 40 acres of new oyster habitat were recently constructed in the Upper Galveston Bay/Trinity Bay area and it’s the first restoration project of its kind in Galveston Bay. The partnership project between conservation organizations Galveston […]

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Where to recycle Christmas trees in the Houston-Galveston area!

  • January 04, 2021
  • Blog

Sustainable Sasha here with Christmas tree recycling info for the community around Galveston Bay to keep these beloved trees out of the landfill! Many recycling centers and programs across the Houston-Galveston region have stepped up to help repurpose them into mulch, park landscaping materials, and more. You can also often get free mulch at recycling […]

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