Hermann Park Conservancy » Environmental Resource Guide
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Hermann Park ConservancyHermann Park Conservancy
Purpose:Founded in 1992, Hermann Park Conservancy is a nonprofit citizens’ organization dedicated to the stewardship and improvement of Hermann Park, one of Houston’s largest and most loved urban parks, where more than six million visitors make memories each year. Beyond raising funds to improve and maintain the Park, the Conservancy oversees strategic planning for Hermann Park’s future as well as programs focused on visitor services, conservation and stewardship, tree care, and operations and maintenance of the McGovern Centennial Gardens. For more information on the Conservancy, visit hermannpark.org. Programs: Corporate sponsorship programs, volunteer programs and community events. Major Events: Hermann Park Conservancy Kite Festival (held each March), Part to Port Bike Ride, Run in the Park, Evening in the Park Gala, Hats in the Park Luncheon, and Urban Green young professionals events. Children’s Activities: Hermann Park Rail Road, Pedal boat rides, family volunteer opportunities, Hermann Park Conservancy Kite Festival (held each March), Children’s Story Hour (held every Friday in the McGovern Centennial Gardens’ Family Garden). Volunteer Opportunities: Opportunities are available for individuals, corporations, civic associations, school groups, and families. They range from administrative duties and event preparation to weeding and tree planting. Contact Diane Kerr, for more information. Speakers Bureau: Contact Doreen Stoller. Publications: Parkside newsletter, Hermann Park Conservancy e-news. Doreen Stoller, President (713)-524-5876 ext. 331 Doreen@hermannpark.org Diane Kerr, Director of Volunteer Programs (713)-524-5876, ext. 332 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com