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Bayou City Waterkeeper

Work 2010 N Loop West #275 Houston TX 77018 Work Phone: 2815018493 Website: Bayou City Waterkeeper


Purpose: To protect and restore the integrity of our bayous, rivers, streams, and the bays through advocacy, education, and action. Bayou City Waterkeeper (formerly Galveston Baykeeper) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to ensure that every waterway is swimmable, fishable, and drinkable from Lake Livingston through the Bayous of Houston down to Galveston Bay. Bayou City Waterkeeper is a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a global environmental movement which began in 1966 with the Hudson River Fisherman’s Association and grew to encompass waterways around the world. Programs: Pollution Hotline, Wetland Watch, Save Our Gulf. Volunteer Opportunities: We need citizens to report pollution and possible Clean Water Act violations. We also need administrative, fundraising and community event volunteers. Publications: The Bay Times, an electronic newsletter. Speakers Bureau: Pesticides 101, Where Have All the Wetlands Gone? and wetland education to municipalities. Contact website for booking a speaker for your classroom or student group. Jordan Macha is the Executive Director and Waterkeeper jordan @bayoucitywaterkeeper.org

The CEC has a searchable, web-based version of the Environmental Resource Guide. You may also download older versions of the printed guide below.

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