Get Involved

Adopt A Path

Join our efforts to keep our parks, pathways and green spaces free of litter.

Adopt-A-Path volunteers
Community Education Women

Community Education

You can’t spell G.R.E.E.N. without Environmental Education. Sharing information and passion with others is at the heart of what we do. But we need help to connect with our large and diverse community. There are many ways to get involved with our educational efforts – you don’t need to be an expert or a teacher. Contact us at information@thewoodlandsgreen.org for opportunities to make a difference.

GOING GREEN Sustainability Lectures

Going GREEN Sustainability Lectures cover a wide range of environmental topics. Local and regional experts present the 4th Thursday of each month, September through May, in-person or on-line.

The Woodlands GREEN
Women showing invasive plant species

Invasive Task Force

Invasive plant species are outcompeting one of our most treasured resources – native trees. Find out how you can join the corps of volunteers who are removing invasive species, protecting the forest and the wildlife that depends on it.

Pollinator Support

 

The Woodlands was recently awarded just the 10th Monarch Champion City designation in North America. The Woodlands GREEN works closely with The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department on pollinator support programs that create habitat and educate the community.

Bee on flowers

Young Naturalists Club

 

Held monthly at Village Books, 9955 Woodlands Parkway, Ste F, The Woodlands, 77382. A fun, free way for 6 to 10 year olds to learn about our local environment. Outdoors fun, hands-on activities, field guides, take home items.

Each session runs from 1-2pm. Spaces are limited to 12 kids. SIGN-UP’S MUST BE IN PERSON AT VILLAGE BOOKS. 

  • Feb 25:  Insects
  • Mar 24: Birds
  • April 28: Trees
  • May 19: Lichens