Press Contact

If you are a reporter working on deadline, or would like to arrange an interview with Galveston Bay Foundation staff or board members, please contact: Claire Everett at ceverett@galvbay.org or 281 332 3381 x208

Virtual Camp

Virtual Camp Galveston Bay Foundation is excited to provide several safe and engaging learning opportunities for your child this summer via our Camp at Home and Wonders of Wetlands virtual programs. Each program highlights the Galveston Bay ecosystem and connects campers to their role in the environment. Please contact Director of Education, Cindy Wilems, at […]

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Virtual Bay Day Festival 2020!

Virtual Bay Day Festival 2020! We hosted Bay Day Festival virtually this year on our website and Facebook page on May 16th from 11:00am – 4:15pm! In case you missed it, you can still access presenter videos here. Presenters provided educational videos of their exciting exhibits and participants will learn about the importance of Galveston […]

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Volunteer Appreciation Week: A Note From Emily Ford, Community Programs Manager

  • April 24, 2020
  • Blog

During this 2020 Volunteer Appreciation Week, I want to reflect on the powerful, amazing work that volunteers have done, and continue to do, for Galveston Bay. Galveston Bay is one of the largest and most productive estuaries in the United States. The Bay faces many challenges such as loss of coastal habitat, reduction in wildlife […]

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Galveston Bay Foundation’s Virtual Earth Day Celebration

  • April 23, 2020
  • Blog

Virtual Earth Day Celebration Galveston Bay Foundation hosted a live virtual event to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2020. From learning about microplastics in the Bay to our staff’s Earth Day resolutions, check out the videos below for the full Earth Day experience. Miss Earth USA Kickoff Nurdle Nick Sustainable […]

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Reuse & Recycling Tips From Sustainable Sasha

  • April 21, 2020
  • Blog

EARTH DAY WITH SUSTAINABLE SASHA Sustainable Sasha here! One of the biggest threats to Galveston Bay is pollution, including everyday sources of litter and trash. The Bay starts in all our backyards. Its watershed extends all the way from Dallas to Galveston. Litter and car oil leaks in our neighborhoods get washed into storm drains […]

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