- Houston Botanic Garden
- Exploration Green
- Anahuac Freshwater Wetland Restoration
- Sheldon Lake State Park
- Ghirardi WaterSmart Park
- Clean Coast Texas Collaborative
- Galveston Bay Coalition of Watersheds
- Highland Bayou Watershed Protection Plan
Houston Botanic Garden
Houston Botanic Garden Stormwater Wetland: 2018 – 2020. This is a 2.5 acre stormwater wetland at the entrance to Houston Botanic Garden located in the Sims Bayou watershed. constructed to treat runoff from the parking lot and other impervious areas of the Houston Botanic Garden. Planting completed in November 2020 by volunteers from local groups. Located at Botanic Lane Houston, TX 77017.
Exploration Green is a Stormwater Wetland Park Complex created by CLCWA in the Clear Creek watershed to manage stormwater flooding and water quality. 2014 – Present. A permanently protected 200-acre 5 section natural recreation and conservation space in Bay Area Houston. These stormwater wetlands are planted and managed by volunteers from the community.
Anahuac Freshwater Wetland Restoration
This freshwater wetland restoration project at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Chambers County, TX is restoring a 300+ acre freshwater prairie-wetland complex. In partnership with Ducks Unlimited, using the same method as Sheldon Lake State Park, a system of berms and pools will recreate native habitat and provide ecosystem services.
Sheldon Lake State Park
This freshwater wetland restoration project re-exposed historic wetlands that had been buried when the land was modified for agricultural needs. Over 500 acres of prairie-wetland complex was revived and now provides ecosystem services including water quality improvement, flood water holding capacity, and habitat for migrating waterfowl.
Ghirardi WaterSmart Park
This 3.75 acre park in League City, Texas showcases several small scale green infrastructructre practices (rain gardens, pervious pavement, rain water harvesting, bio-swales) in a sururban neighborhood setting.
Clean Coast Texas Collaborative
A partnership between Texas State University, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Doucet & Associates, and Texas Sea Grant guided by the Texas General Land Office, the Collaborative works directly with communities in the Coastal Zone to reduce environmental impacts of stormwater runoff.
Galveston Bay Coalition of Watersheds
Four watersheds in Galveston and Brazoria counties have joined forces to create the Galveston Bay Coalition of Watersheds, a group promoting widespread community awareness and engagement to protect and improve local waterways.
Highland Bayou Watershed Protection Plan
The Highland Bayou Coastal Basin Watershed Protection Plan is a multi-year effort working with cities, businesses, and residents to identify steps for improving the quality and safety of mainland Galveston County waterways.
Happen to be in the area? You should check out one of our many project sites!