Going GREEN Sustainability Lectures

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, and we need help connecting 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. Check here for opportunities to make a difference.

Going GREEN Sustainability Lectures

Environmental Education Events

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 online.

Past Going GREEN Lectures

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How You Can Support Native Butterflies in Your Own Backyard
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USGS Annual Groundwater Table Data
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Our Amazing Bats
Go Green, Go Native, Go Organic
Going GREEN Lecture: Why EV Adoption is Good For The Planet
WaterSmart - saving homeowners money & protecting our most precious resource
The Woodlands GREEN Recycling Report
Becoming A Monarch Champion
San Jacinto Regional Flood Planning Group
Bird Friendly Communities: What's good for birds is also good for people
En Roads Climate Simulator
Plastic and the Circular Economy
Watershed Communities: Taking Action to Improve Water Quality: Spring Creek Partnership
Geothermal
Photographic Journey Through the Nature Trails of The Woodlands: Bill Bass Bayou Land Conservancy