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Saving Planet Houston & Saving Houston’s Prairies

  • Houston Arboretum 4501 Woodway Drive Houston, TX, 77024 United States (map)

Wednesday, February 8
7 – 9 pm
$10 member / $25 nonmember per class
$55 member / $110 nonmember for whole series
Instructor: Jaime Gonzalez
Ages 13 and up

This class is part of Saving Planet Houston, a series consisting of three classes and a field trip. Click here to learn more about the series or register for additional classes.

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Saving Planet Houston is a first of its kind course which explores local conservation efforts in a globalized context. The series will consist of three weekday evening classes and a Saturday field trip – sign up for a few classes or the whole series. Class participants will learn from local experts about the historic, current, and projected status of ecosystems and wildlife in the Greater Houston Region, discover the connections between local ecosystems and Houston’s economic and cultural development, and explore how local groups are working to safeguard wildlife diversity.

Instructor bio: Jaime Gonzalez is the Community Conservation Director of the Katy Prairie Conservancy.

Earlier Event: February 5
THIRD Audubon Bird Walk
Later Event: February 10
Texas City Prairie Preserve Workday