Featured Events

Quarterly Membership Meeting

Join us at our Quarterly Membership Meeting!  Meet fellow conservation enthusiasts at an evening of food, drinks, and fun for everyone. 2019 Galveston Bay Report Card: How healthy is Galveston Bay? Presentation by T’Noya Thompson, Galveston Bay Foundation Advocacy Programs Manager T’Noya will examine and explain the grades and factors leading up to those grades for this year in Galveston Bay. […]

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Annual Meeting

Galveston Bay Foundation Annual Meeting Oyster Reef Restoration in Galveston Bay – Past, Present, and Future Join Galveston Bay Foundation and our partners to learn about oyster reef restoration efforts in Galveston Bay, including the challenges, successes, and future ventures. Professionals from Galveston Bay Foundation, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, The Nature Conservancy, University of […]

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Galveston Bay Report Card Night

Galveston Bay Report Card Night Date: May 2, 2019 Time: 7 – 8:30pm Location: NOKturne Final wrap up of the 2018 Report Card. Free entry, no sign up required

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Galveston Bay Report Card Art Night

Galveston Bay Report Card Art Night Date: April 23, 2019 Time: 8:30pm – 3am Location: NOKturne Galveston Bay inspired free art night. Paint, sketch, draw, eat. BYOB, Free entry, no sign up required

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Galveston Rain Barrel Workshop

Conserve water and protect the Bay! Join Galveston Bay Foundation for a Rain Barrel Workshop at Texas City Prairie Preserve! Rain barrels are an efficient, low-cost, low-maintenance method for collecting rainwater. They are placed at downspouts in order to reduce runoff and flooding, conserve freshwater, and reduce pollution reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Rain […]

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Rain Barrel Workshop

Conserve water and protect the Bay! Join Galveston Bay Foundation for a Rain Barrel Workshop at Bakfish Brewing Company! Rain barrels are an efficient, low-cost, low-maintenance method for collecting rainwater. They are placed at downspouts in order to reduce runoff and flooding, conserve freshwater, and reduce pollution reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Rain barrels […]

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Rain Barrel Workshop

  Conserve water and protect the Bay! Join Galveston Bay Foundation for a Rain Barrel Workshop at Houston Maritime Museum! Rain barrels are an efficient, low-cost, low-maintenance method for collecting rainwater. They are placed at downspouts in order to reduce runoff and flooding, conserve freshwater, and reduce pollution reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Rain […]

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Rain Barrel Workshop

  Conserve water and protect the Bay! Join Galveston Bay Foundation for a Rain Barrel Workshop at Spindletap Brewery! Rain barrels are an efficient, low-cost, low-maintenance method for collecting rainwater. They are placed at downspouts in order to reduce runoff and flooding, conserve freshwater, and reduce pollution reaching Galveston Bay via storm drains. Rain barrels […]

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Oysters All Around: A Public Forum on Oyster Aquaculture

We want to hear from YOU! Join Galveston Bay Foundation at Tookie’s Seafood for a public forum on oyster aquaculture. FREE appetizers, oyster shucking, shell recycling, and a presentation on the future of Oyster Aquaculture in Texas. Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019 Time: 5:30 – 8pm Location: Tookie’s Seafood, 1106 Bayport Blvd, Seabrook, Texas 77586

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Bay Area Storm Surge Flood Forum

Date And Time Thu, March 7, 2019 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CST Bay Area Community Center 5002 East Nasa Parkway Seabrook, TX 77586 Speakers: Jim Blackburn, Co-Director, SSPEED Center Rice University Bob Stokes, President, Galveston Bay Foundation Brandt Mannchen, Sierra Club Houston Group Jordan Macha, Executive Director, Bayou City Waterkeeper

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