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Texas Master Naturalists – Heartwood Chapter

Purpose: The Heartwood Chapter is here to create a proactive resource of diverse individuals promoting environmental stewardship through outreach, education and volunteer service benefiting the residents in and around Montgomery and Walker Counties. Founded December 2004. Meetings: First Wed. of month except Dec. in Classroom Building at WG Jones State Forest, 1328 FM 1488, Conroe, TX.…More Details
Work P.O. Box 9611 The Woodlands TX 77387-9611 Work Phone: (936) 273-2261 (Messages only) Website: Texas Master Naturalists – Heartwood Chap Website Blog: Heartwood Chapter Blog

Purpose: The Heartwood Chapter is here to create a proactive resource of diverse individuals promoting environmental stewardship through outreach, education and volunteer service benefiting the residents in and around Montgomery and Walker Counties. Founded December 2004.

Meetings: First Wed. of month except Dec. in Classroom Building at WG Jones State Forest, 1328 FM 1488, Conroe, TX.

Programs: Incorporate the theme of sustainable practices into the educational process, with emphasis on the beneficial management of resources and natural ecological processes.

Major Events: Annual Primary Training Classes for those who wish to become Master Naturalists.

Volunteer Opportunities: Waterway and nature trail cleanups, removing invasive species, variety of monitoring activities for waterways, plants, insects and invasive species, workshops and public speaking engagements. Continuous Educational Trainings for adults and youth, primarily forest-based.

Speaker’s Bureau: Yes, contact Teri MacArthur.

Carolyn Langlinais, President
heartwoodpres@gmail.com

Carson Stokes, Vice President
heartwoodvp@gmail.com

Andre Houser, Treasurer
(972) 978-1769
heartwoodtreas@gmail.com

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Woodlands G.R.E.E.N.

Purpose: The The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. is a tax-deductible 501 (c)(3) educational organization that promotes natural resource conservation, recycling, solid waste reduction, safe and sensible care of our air and water resources, and other responsible actions that protect the environment and its inhabitants. Meetings: Board & Members Meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., second tuesday of each month, location specified on website.…More Details
Work P.O. Box 9934 The Woodlands TX 77387 Work Phone: 713-540-1964 Website: Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. Website

Purpose: The The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. is a tax-deductible 501 (c)(3) educational organization that promotes natural resource conservation, recycling, solid waste reduction, safe and sensible care of our air and water resources, and other responsible actions that protect the environment and its inhabitants.

Meetings: Board & Members Meeting, 5:30-7 p.m., second tuesday of each month, location specified on website.

Programs: Lecture series on sustainability; A Walk in the Woods; Woodlands Landscaping Solutions; 3R Bazaar; Buy Recycled Boutique; Adopt-a-Path; GREEN Student Ambassadors.

Major Events: Annual Earth Day GREENUP; Texas Recycles Day; Feeding the Dragon Village Challenge; Waterfest.

Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers are needed for events, recycling, and conservation activities. See website for details. http://www.thewoodlandsgreen.org

Publications: The Dragon Circle, published three times per year.

Paul Nelson, President
(713) 540-1964
plnsn2@gmail.com

Rob Dushek, Vice President
832-291-4139
rob.dushek@gmail.com

Kathie Herrick, Secretary
281-292-2232 (cell)
kjgherrick@gmail.com

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HARC

Purpose: HARC (the Houston Advanced Research Center) is a nonprofit research hub providing independent scientific analysis. HARC focuses on building a sustainable future that helps people thrive and nature flourish. Programs: HARC’s research focuses on air, water, energy, and resilience. Current research programs include Air Quality Science, Clean Energy Research, Hydrology and Watersheds, Energy Efficient Buildings, and the Environmentally Friendly Drilling Systems (EFD) Program.…More Details
Work 8801 Gosling Road The Woodlands TX 77381 Work Phone: (281) 364-6000 Website: HARC

Purpose: HARC (the Houston Advanced Research Center) is a nonprofit research hub providing independent scientific analysis. HARC focuses on building a sustainable future that helps people thrive and nature flourish.

Programs: HARC’s research focuses on air, water, energy, and resilience. Current research programs include Air Quality Science, Clean Energy Research, Hydrology and Watersheds, Energy Efficient Buildings, and the Environmentally Friendly Drilling Systems (EFD) Program.

Publications:

HARC Blog (http://www.harcresearch.org/features)

HARC Monthly e-Newsletter (http://www.harcresearch.org/news)

Environmentally Friendly Drilling Systems Program Monthly Newsletter (http://efdsystems.org/index.php/efd-montlly-newsletter/)

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Speaker’s Bureau: Contact Lisa Gonzalez

Lisa Gonzalez, President and Chief Executive Officer
(281) 364-6044
lgonzalez@HARCresearch.org

Mustapha Beydoun, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
(281)364-6046
mbeydoun@harcresearch.org

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