Rainscaping employs any combination of plants, water features, and permeable surfaces to catch and use rain as opposed to letting it run into the street. It dramatically reduces your water use while making plants healthier. No need to redesign your whole yard to make the rain work for you. Discover simple strategies you can mix and match to suit your landscape needs. Learn how to scale elements for the size of your yard or project area and get advice on selecting plants and trees that flourish in our challenging climate.
Megan McNairn, The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Education Specialist, will share easy to follow strategies for capturing rain water in your landscape.
Registration is required to receive the Zoom link for this program on Saturday, November 7 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Cathie Coudert, Education Coordinator, presents on the importance of wildlife care and rehabilitation, what native creatures you may encounter and what you can do if you find an animal in need. Learn what programs and resources are available for you to help give wildlife a second chance.
Friends of Texas Wildlife is a nonprofit organization that rehabilitates orphaned, injured and displaced native Texas wildlife. They are the only wildlife rehabilitation center in Montgomery County and have been serving the community for 25 years. The rehabilitators are all volunteers and are permitted by Texas Parks & Wildlife and U.S. Fish & Wildlife. Interested in supporting this organization? View the Friends of Texas Wildlife Donation Sheet.
The Woodlands Township’s annual 3R Bazaar is mobilizing this year; its been reimagined as the 3R Recycling Drive-thru. Enjoy convenient, free one-day recycling from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle or bicycle on Saturday, November 14, 2020 from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lot of The Woodlands High School (enter from Millennium Forest Dr).
The safety of volunteers, staff and residents is the highest priority. All volunteers and staff will wear face coverings. Participants are required to wear a face covering, as well, while items are being removed from the car. If you don’t have one, we’re happy to provide one.
This year’s Village Recycling Challenge item is Alkaline AA, AAA, C, D, and 9V batteries. This friendly competition awards funds for scholarships to Villages with the highest participation; funds are donated by The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. Please label your bag/box of batteries with your Village’s name.
Free 1-Day Drive-thru Recycling
Bag or box items separately by category and place them in your trunk or back passenger side seat for safe access by volunteers. A volunteer will open the trunk, hatchback or rear side passenger door to remove items. Residents only, no businesses
- Batteries – Alkaline AA, AAA, C, D, and 9V labeled with village name.
- Disposable Razors with packaging. See this list for examples.
- Eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases
- Oral Care Products – Toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and floss containers.
- Snack and drink pouches – Any brand with straws and pouch lids. See this list for examples.
- Styrofoam block packaging – No food containers or cups.
- Textiles – Clothing, shoes, linens, in any condition. Rags and fabric scraps, too.
- Secure on-site document shredding
- Residential only - limited capacity (first come, first served)
- Recommended donation of 5 cans of food or $5 per box; benefits Interfaith Food Pantry