Smashing Traps, Saving Crabs

Since 2002, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department has instituted an annual 10-day crab trap closure period that begins the third Friday of February. Any crab trap left in coastal waters in those 10 days is considered litter and may be disposed of appropriately. During that time period, Galveston Bay Foundation hosts a volunteer trap […]

Full Circle: Galveston Bay Foundation Water Monitor Finds Old Newspaper Clipping of Science Fair Project on Water Quality

Suzanne Milby has lived in Seabrook practically her entire life. Since she grew up near the water enjoying the benefits of the Bay like crabbing and water skiing, she says it was natural for her to care about the health of the Bay as well. A retired Spanish teacher, Suzanne has been a volunteer Galveston […]

Baytown Sun: Oyster reef to protect Nature Center shoreline

They Found Love In A Marshy Place

Crystal Patrick and Brendon Singh at the first-ever marsh panting event in 1999 and the latest in 2018.  Crystal Patrick and Brendon Singh are married high school sweethearts who started dating when they were in 9th grade. One defining memory they shared together in high school? Getting muddy in 1999 at the first-ever Galveston Bay […]

TPWD: Oyster Shell Recycling, Back to the Bay

Fox 26: NRG Energy leasing Cedar Bayou EcoCenter to the Galveston Bay Foundation

Baytown Sun: NRG Energy leases out Cedar Bayou EcoCenter

Fox 26: Questions over proposed coast barrier’s impact on health of Galveston Bay

KHOU: Galveston Bay Foundation’s Oyster Shell Recycling Program

FOX 26: Texas oyster season begins with signs of recovery after Harvey