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Bayou Preservation's Resiliency at Home Workshops

Featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine!

Bayou Preservation Association is excited to announce that our summer workshop series, Resiliency at Home, has been featured in an article by Natural Awakenings magazine!

Natural Awakenings is a holistic living magazine that empowers readers to create healthy and sustainable lifestyles. The article highlights our workshops as a valuable resource for Houstonians interested in learning about nature-based solutions for their homes and communities.

Our FREE Resiliency at Home workshops offer engaging, hands-on sessions that cover a variety of topics related to green stormwater infrastructure, water management, and environmental sustainability. Each workshop includes practical instruction, hands-on activities, and a kit at no cost (while supplies last) to help you get started implementing what you learn.

Workshop Schedule:

  • Pollinator Gardens Workshop: June 15th, 10 am - 12 pm (Register Now!)

  • Yard Waste Workshop: July 20th, 10 am - 12 pm

  • Rain Harvesting Workshop: August 17th, 10 am - 12 pm

All workshops are held at the Kashmere Multi-Service Center (4802 Lockwood Dr, Houston, TX 77026) on the third Saturday of the month.

Visit our events page here to learn more and register today!

Bayou Preservation Group Offers a Surprisingly Simple Way to Reduce Landfill, Waterway Waste

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HOUSTON’S BAYOUS ARE finally being treated like the nature-filled gems that they are, and one local organization wants to ensure that future generations get to enjoy the waterways.

The Bayou Preservation Association celebrated the opening of its first permanent collection bin for its Pots for Plots program, which encourages the recycling of single-use plastic plant pots and helps ensure that they don’t end up in landfills and bayous.

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Bayou Preservation's Year-End Letter

From Our President & CEO, Brittani Flowers, MUEP

As the year comes to an end, we wanted to share with you the progress and achievements we've made in protecting and nurturing our bayous and the communities they support. It's been a year of progress, hope, meaningful change — and we couldn't have done it without you. Thank you for your unwavering support and dedication to our mission of protecting the natural resources of Houston.



Meet the creator of our Pots for Plots program, Morton Sager!
Morton is our Project Coordinator here at Bayou Preservation Association, and an all-around interesting guy. He likes green initiatives and long walks on the beach. Our partners at Small Places Finca Tres Robels Farm had the chance to get to know him a little better — Now you can too!



We'd like to introduce our newest member of the team, Lindsey Kone!
Lindsey joined Bayou Preservation Association as our Outreach and Special Events Manager in August of 2023. After a detour in her place of birth Gainesville, Florida, she quickly embraced her identity as a native Houstonian. She attended UCLA where she received a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.A. in French Language, Literature and Culture.
In her previous life, Lindsey worked at an award-winning fine dining establishment as an event manager, and later as manager of the restaurant. She oversaw multiple contracted events along with 350+ other dinner guests each night, while creating meaningful experiences for every one of them. Her job required getting to know people from all walks of life — that was her favorite part.


Amid her diverse interests, Lindsey is most drawn to those that speak to the human condition. You can find her exploring the Houston parks system with her dog, to whom she faithfully serves as Emotional Support Person. In her free time, she likes to stop and smell the roses.

BPA Featured in Paper City Magazine: 16 Notable Houston Parties Worth Remembering — A Look Back at This Most Charitable City’s Social Swirl

Boots on the Bayou Gala

Bayou Preservation Association’s highly-anticipated gala brought 150-plus guests, decked out in their finest Western wear, to The Ballroom at Bayou Place for an evening of dining, line dancing and giving. The generous support of sponsors including John P. McGovern Foundation, The Howard Hughes Corporation, TBG partners and SSCI Environmental will allow Bayou Preservation Association to continue its work to preserve Houston’s beloved and essential bayous and streams. Read Full Story  

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Bayou Preservation Association's first Artist Mixer and Auction at Foltz Fine Art Gallery was a joyous and magnificent gathering!


The one-night-only event featuring nature-inspired work by Houston artist Jonathan Paul Jackson was held on Thursday, December 8th, from 6 pm - 8 pm. It was a beautiful union of art lovers and bayou aficionados sharing their appreciation for art and the bayous.



As a part of the Challenger Seven Memorial Park restoration project, Bayou Preservation has recognized the need to educate park users on the importance of riparian habits. To that end, Bayou Preservation teamed up with local artist Sara Welch to create engaging interpretative signage. 

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