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We Need Your Help to Collect Prairie Seeds!

We are collecting seeds in the Houston-Galveston Region with the hopes of bringing new prairie seeds to market. These seeds will be used to restore prairies in cities, suburbs, and rural environments!

Want to get involved? Visit http://prairiepartner.org/groups/group/show?groupUrl=prairie-seed-council-of-texas - Prairie Seed Council.

-Here is the latest update of our seed collecting activities.

Want An Outdoor Adventure?

CPP is joining other groups to promote the Great Outdoors in the Greater Houston-Gulf Coast Region {including prairies of course!}. There's even an Get Out Here Houston app in the Apple app store.

Click here to check out this exciting new resource!

 

Texas & Cajun Prairie Symposium - Sept. 24-25, 2016

Coastal Prairie Partnership, Native Prairies Association of Texas, Cajun Prairie Habitat Preservation Society, and USGS Wetlands and Aquatic Research Center are partnering to present the 1st Annual Texas & Cajun Prairies Symposium in Lafayette, LA on September 24-25, 2016.

This first of its kind meeting will draw prairie experts and advocates together to share timely information on prairie pollinators and other diversity, building a prairie movement, and education.

Be a Spark for our Prairie Movement!

CPP is helping unite and spread the prairie movement. Now we need your help!

Click here to donate today to the 2016 Prairie Fire Campaign and help support collaborative action to help save our imperiled Coastal Prairie.

2015 Prairie Conservation Assessment

In 2015, CPP conducted a year-long assessment of the Greater Houston Region to pinpoint collaborative prairie needs. The result is the Executive Summary below. CPP and its partners will be working for the next few years to enact the recommendations of this report.

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Visit a Prairie Today!

Click here to view big version of the Visit a Coastal Prairie map

LEGEND

  • yellow pin=publicly accessible prairie site
  • red pin=periodically accessible prairie site {by special permission only}
  • blue pin=school with prairie planting
  • green pin=prairie sites that need volunteer tour guides. To assist contact Jaime González at prairiepartner@gmail.com.

 
 
 

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Featured Publication

Prairie Directory
of North America

By Adelman and Schwartz
A comprehensive guide to the tallgrass sites of North America.

Click here for more information.

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