2/22/17 Saving Planet Houston

The information below & photos were cut and pasted from Coastal Prairie Partnership newsletter issued on 2/18/17. To get the newsletter in your mailbox, email prairiepartner@gmail.com

Last class in the Saving Planet Houston Series: Feb. 22nd

The Saving Planet Houston is a first of its kind course which explores local conservation efforts in a globalized context.


Class participants have been learning from local experts about the historic, current, and projected status of ecosystems and wildlife in the Greater Houston Region. We have been investigating the connections between local ecosystems and Houston’s economic and cultural development, and discussing how local groups are working to safeguard wildlife diversity.


Interested, but haven’t made it out yet? Join us for the last class left in the series!
  • February 22 – Saving Houston’s Wetlands and Saving Houston’s Endangered Species. Instructors: John Jacob, PhD – Galveston Baykeepers and Cassidy Johnson, PhD – HCC, Rice University, and Coastal Prairie Partnership.
Class/Series Information


Sat, 4/30: Prairie Wildlife Workshop on the Katy Prairie: Identification and behavior of prairie birds, pollinators, amphibians, and mammals

Below is the upcoming 2016 Prairie Power Series Event. (Here is link for the 2016 Power Series Flyer).


Great opportunity to learn about prairie wildlife from experts and on the wonderful Katy Prairie!​ List of instructors is on second page of Prairie Wildlife Workshop flyer or on our 2016 Prairie Power Series Page.