GIFT is a team of dedicated professionals working to help communities and landowners understand the benefits of green infrastructure and how it can help them meet their land use goals. We lead workshops, provide technical assistance, complete on-the-ground projects, organize stakeholder groups, collect data, lead volunteers, provide hands-on learning for students, and much, much, more.
Want to help improve environmental quality and contribute to more efficient land use?
Program Director, Green Stormwater Infrastructure
Wetland Program Specialist
Watershed Program Specialist
Green Infrastructure Program Coordinator
Green Infrastructure Program Associate
Green Infrastructure Associate
Water Quality & Wetland Intern
We’re a part of the Disaster Assessment and Recovery (DAR) group of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Our Texas Community Watershed Partners office is headquartered in Houston, but our work takes us up and down the Texas Coast and inland whenever partnerships allow.
Follow any of the links below and also learn more about our sister planning program, CHARM (Community Health and Resource Management).