• Local History of the Spring Creek Greenway Event featured in Houston Chronicle

    Patricia Hubbard and our Conservation Lands Biologist Matt Buckingham, talk to the Houston Chronicle about our upcoming Local History of the Spring Creek Greenway Event on Wednesday August 6th at 6PM at our Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center, 1300 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring, TX, 77386. For more info call (281)-576-1634 or goto  http://www.bayoulandconservancy.org/

  • Local History of the Spring Creek Greenway

    Wed. August 6th  
    6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    At the Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center (click here for directions)

    Houston resident Patty Hubbard grew up on the land that is now the Spring Trails subdivision as well as where the Nature Center is and what is now our 200-acre Spring Trails Preserve.

    Patty Hubbard, who at the request of BLC, donated a 25-acre portion of the Spring Creek Greenway (along the creek below the Spring Trails Preserve and just east of Riley Fuzzel), will share details of what it was like growing up in the 30s, 40s and 50s on what is now this area’s preserve. The 25-acre Peckinpaugh Preserve is named for Patty’s father, William Thomas Peckinpaugh. Patty will share details of swimming in the creek, the deepest “water hole” in Texas (that was wiped out by the ’58 flood) and her brother’s and others’ stories of the old boy scout camp that was on this land that is now her son Ford’s land – adjacent to the Spring Trails Preserve.

    We will also have way further-back history, in the form of a direct relation to the Atapaka-Ishak tribe (the local Akokisa were a part of this group of tribes), Mary LeBlanc. Mary is a Porter resident and she is a frequent speaker at the Museum of Natural Science.

    Read the article below for a sneak peak at some of the rich cultural history of the Greenway.

  • Upcoming Spring Creek Greenway Ambassador Trainings

    The following trainings are for our Spring Creek Greenway Ambassadors.  If you are not currently enrolled in the Ambassador program, please visit our Ambassador page and call 281-576-1634 for more information!


    Wed. Aug. 6th  - 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    Meeting room – Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center
  • Canoes, the Creek, and the Commissioner

    Join Bayou Land Conservancy and Harris County Precinct 4 commissioner Jack Cagle on this special Members Only event on Spring Creek.  On this evening paddle we will explore the unique habitats of Spring and Cypress Creek.

    When:     Friday, August 22nd from 5pm - 8pm
    Where:    Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Center

    This event is for Bayou Land Conservancy members only.  For more information please contact Bayou Land Conservancy at 281-576-1634 or info@bayouland.org.

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