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Compost Class

Discover the Benefits of Composting

The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department is offering a free outdoor composting class Saturday morning at 10 a.m. 

Join us to learn and practice new composting skills, meet other like-minded residents, and return to your backyard ready to create useful compost!
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Walk in the Woods: Local Snakes

Learn quick and easy ways to distinguish snakes at the Environmental Services Department’s upcoming Walk in the Woods Nature Lecture on February 9, 2017. 

Join Matt Abernathy, herpetologist at Jesse Jones Park and Nature Center, as he presents Local Snakes 101 at the first offering in the spring lineup for the FREE popular nature lecture series. More Information


Walk in the Woods: Snakes
Advanced Vegetable Gardening

Advanced Vegetable Gardening
 Beginning and veteran gardeners alike are invited to learn valuable tomato gardening skills at a free Advanced Vegetable Gardening seminar on Saturday, February 11, 2017. 

The free class will feature two of Texas’ most respected tomato growers – Bill Adams and Tom LeRoy. 
Space is limited; please be sure to register online. More Information

 

Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees

The Environmental Services Department invites the community to share the spirit of reforestation by volunteering to plant trees! Volunteers are needed to place 5, 15 and 30 gallon hardwood trees in pre-dug holes and plant loblolly pine seedlings.

The 3rd annual Community Tree Planting is scheduled for Saturday, February 18, 2017, at Footbridge Park in the Village of Creekside Park. More Information


Community Tree Planting
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