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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

WaterMyYard – A new app helps keep lawns healthy while saving money and water

Media Contacts: Claire Everett or Kelsey Seeker 832-536-2259 | 281-627-1708 ceverett@galvbay.org or kseeker@subsidence.org (Houston, TX – July 21, 2021) – Houston-area lawns need irrigation to keep them healthy in the summer, but overwatering contributes to water quality issues and water waste. Overall, lawn watering accounts for approximately 40 percent of residential water usage. Texas A&M […]

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Galveston Bay Foundation Marsh Mania Events Highlight Community Habitat Restoration Efforts

                                                                                                                 Media Contact: Claire Everett 832-536-2259 ceverett@galvbay.org   MEDIA ALERT Galveston Bay Foundation Marsh Mania Events Highlight Community Habitat Restoration Efforts Aramco Americas serves as the lead sponsor for Marsh Mania 2021  An anticipated 200 volunteers will plant marsh grass at three sites around the Bay this June as part of Galveston Bay Foundation’s […]

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Headwaters to Baywaters: A Story of Urban Resilience Launches

For more information or images: Ali Flanders Dodson 713.523.6135 ext. 4012 adodson@katyprairie.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Headwaters to Baywaters: A Story of Urban Resilience Launches May 4, 2021 – Houston, Texas – Story map informs and educates on the importance of riparian corridors and the need to protect them in our region. Bayou Land Conservancy, Buffalo […]

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

Media Contact: Claire Everett 832-536-2259 ceverett@galvbay.org (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 ceverett@galvbay.org or carson.sartain@TNC.org (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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