Houston Cities H20 Challenge

What is the Challenge? The 2018 Houston Cities H20 Challenge is a friendly competition meant to inspire Greater Houston-area residents and businesses to conserve water. The Challenge is open to all the cities in the Houston and Greater Houston- area that wish to participate.   As part of a regional effort to conserve our water […]

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Galveston Bay Foundation/Plastic Pollution Prevention Partnership – Collaboration, Coordination, and Cleanup

It is no secret that litter and trash debris tend to accumulate on shorelines around Galveston Bay. However, the extent of this problem and locations of debris accumulation remain largely unknown. The Galveston Bay Report Card gave “Litter and Trash” the grade of an “I” or “incomplete” to trash and debris for this very reason. […]

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Seafood Consumption Advisories: 5 Questions with Scott Jones, Director of Advocacy, Galveston Bay Foundation

  Scott Jones is the Director of Advocacy for the Galveston Bay Foundation. Scott ensures that the Galveston Bay Foundation is an active participant in the public review of projects, initiatives and issues that impact the Bay – from individual wetland dredge and fill projects to seafood consumption safety to waste site cleanups. He seeks to […]

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Interview with dolphin researchers Vanessa Mintzer and Kristi Fazioli

Vanessa Mintzer of the Galveston Bay Foundation and Kristi Fazioli from the Environmental Institute of Houston (at the University of Houston at Clear Lake) are studying dolphins in upper Galveston Bay. The Galveston Bay Dolphin Research and Conservation Program (GDRCP) was formed in 2014 as a partnership between the Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) and the […]

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Help Galveston Bay recover from Hurricane Harvey damage and become more resilient for the future

A message from HARC and GBF: Our thoughts are with all those focusing on the post-Harvey recovery of homes and businesses throughout the Houston-Galveston region and the Texas Coast. Partners throughout the region are hard at work ensuring the recovery of Galveston Bay so it can continue to be a natural resource for all of […]

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