Your support means the world to us. Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving!
For Houston, the Katy Prairie Preserve west of the city plays an important role in flood control, outdoor recreation, and wildlife habitat. But there is still prairie that remains unprotected. Our work is not done. Help us by giving online at katyprairie.org.
Mary Anne Piacentini, KPC’s Executive Director, joined Mayor Turner and Daniel Sullenbarger to accept the Mayor’s Proud Partner award for our MD Anderson prairie this afternoon at the @keephouston.beautiful Proud Partner Luncheon. Thank you to @mdandersoncancercenter and Keep Houston Beautiful for honoring our work to protect the prairie!
You can make a difference! It's not too late to join us this Saturday for Putting Down Roots. Register at katyprairie.org/events
Reliant customers, did you know you can save the prairie every time you turn on the lights? Find out how here: bit.ly/29Z7wF4
Clearly this Gulf Fritillary spreading its orange wings on the prairie is saying "Happy Halloween" and "Go 'Stros!" #katyprairie
Help us put down roots at our volunteer prairie planting on Saturday, November 11th! Register at katyprairie.org/events.
Thank you, Katy! Last Saturday KPC participated as a community partner with @snoozeameatery at their new Cinco Ranch location. We are so thankful for all of you that came out to support us, and to Snooze for putting on such a fabulous event. Don't forget to stop by and get your brunch on at Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, at their Cinco Ranch location - open now! #katyprairie #MySnooze
We are one month away from Putting Down Roots and we need your help! Join us for our largest volunteer workday of the year on November 11th. Register at katyprairie.org/events #katyprairie
Join us this Saturday, October 14th, for a tour of some of our urban pocket prairies that can be accessed entirely by Houston's light rail. Come see how KPC is bringing the prairie back to the city. More information and registration at katyprairie.org/events
The Katy Prairie needs YOUR help!
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