In The News

Bayou Preservation Marking 51 years Next Month!
  • Apr 4, 2017

Houston Chronicle reports on next steps for Bayou Preservation Association as it celebrates 51 years of working for the region’s bayous, creeks and their watersheds.

Help Wanted: Two Collegiate Summer Interns
  • Mar 15, 2017

Bayou Preservation Association will be investigating area waterways for sources of fecal contamination, our area’s most prominent water pollutant with two collegiate summer interns.

Skyline Paddling Journey
  • Mar 1, 2017
Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine highlights the Bayou City this month
Interpretive Hike Held on Cypress Creek
  • Feb 1, 2017

Board Member Jim Robertson and Water Quality Director Steve Hupp, led an interested group of individuals on a hike along Cypress Creek originating from 100 Acre Wood Park as part of REI’s All Out 2017 events.

Passing of Terry Hershey, a "force of nature"
  • Jan 20, 2017
Bayou Preservation Association founder, Terry Hershey, has passed at age 94.
H-GAC Presents Award to Bayou Preservation Association
  • Jan 17, 2017

Houston-Galveston Area Council’s (H-GAC) Parks and Natural Areas Subcommittee gave a Special Recognition Award to Bayou Preservation Association for habitat restoration efforts in Harris County Precinct 4’s Collins Park

Harris County receives award for Net-Zero Facility
  • Jan 4, 2017

The Harris County Engineering Department received honorable mention in the Houston-Galveston Area Council's (H-GAC) Our Great Regions Awards for their work on Harris County's first net-zero energy restroom at Carter Park in Precinct 4.

Invasive Water Hyacinth on Dickinson Bayou
  • Sep 28, 2016
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is spraying the invasive water hyacinth on Dickinson Bayou today, September 28, 2016.
Houston City Councilman says abandoned shopping carts add to area's flooding issues
  • Jun 21, 2016
According to City Councilman Mike Laster of District J on the southwest side, the biggest problem with stolen shopping carts taken from local retail stores is that they often wind up tangled together at the bottom of drainage canals, effectively forming giant dams, blocking water flow.
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