If you’re doing these things, you’re polluting Galveston Bay

Turtle Bayou Nature Preserve

  Turtle Bayou Nature Preserve is comprised of 514 acres of protected wetland, prairie and forested habitats along Turtle Bayou and Lake Anahuac in Chambers County.  The Preserve is owned by the Chambers-Liberty Counties Navigation District, for the purposes of preserving coastal habitat and protecting water quality. Galveston Bay Foundation holds a conservation easement on […]

GBF’s 2014 Accomplishments

With help from you Galveston Bay is a healthier, more enjoyable place today. Your support in 2014 made positive changes in the bay and in the lives of those who depend on it. Here are some of the impacts that you have made: Advocacy Advocated for more meaningful water conservation goals in the City of Houston […]

A Christmas Recipe for You

Redfish on the Half-Shell From GBF Staff Ingredients 4 redfish fillets, skin and scales remaining, fully boned Cajun seasoning Olive oil Butter, softened Crabmeat Sauce, recipe follows Directions Heat grill to medium-high. Place the fish fillets flesh-side down on a tray. Liberally brush the scales with oil to keep from sticking to the grill. Turn […]

Hundreds of Volunteers Help GBF Restore Habitat at Marsh Mania 2014

The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) and nearly 250 volunteers restored 1.5 acres of wetlands at Marsh Mania on Saturday, September 27, 2014 in Celebration of National Estuaries Day (NED). This year’s Marsh Mania included four locations around the Bay: Shipe Woods (Chambers Cty.), Pine Gully Park (Seabrook), East End Lagoon (Galveston), and Bay Harbor (Galveston). […]

Report Card

Redfish Raft-Up

Planned Giving

Habitat Restoration in Galveston Bay

Marsh Maniacs Help Restore Pine Gully Habitat

GBF is excited to announce that registration for Bike Around the Bay 2014 is now open! The event will be held Saturday, October 18 through Sunday, October 19, featuring a 180-mile, full-loop route around the bay as first implemented in 2012.