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This weekend, May 25 - 27, the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District encourages all water users to take advantage of the tax-free weekend on WaterSense and other water-conserving items as announced by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
Woodlands Online Staff
Texas A&M AgriLife entomologist discusses all things mosquitoes – from types to tips to protect yourself Sonja Swiger, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologist and professor in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Entomology, Stephenville, said biting mosquitoes are a seasons-long problem that often change
Adam Russell
The end of May is the start of the fishing high season in many places across the US. FishingBooker, America’s largest platform for connecting anglers and fishin
Woodlands Online Staff
What a beautiful English garden in the midst of Shenandoah. With the start of spring, many residents are getting back into their yards and this one will definitely inspire any who see it.
Woodlands Online Staff
Residents are invited to participate in the Great Texas Birding Classic on April 20, 2024. This event will take place from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Lakeside Park,
The Woodlands Township
Continuing to lead the way in sustainable gardening, Vego Garden is proud to announce the launch of our new Modern Garden Beds.
Naomi Shen
Recycle your tree for fish habitat The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) is encouraging all area residents to not leave their Christmas trees on the curb after the holidays, and instead bring it in to be used to improve fish habitat in Lake Conroe.
Woodlands Online Staff
The Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center, located at 1300 Riley Fuzzel Rd. in Spring, is hosting a Birding Hike this weekend as part of its nature education series, and encourages local residents to become budding ornithologists when it comes to creat
Woodlands Online Staff
Visitors to Houston Botanic Garden this fall will encounter gigantic sculptures of butterflies, beetles, dragonflies, and bees – some as tall as 12 feet high – as “Glass in Flight” lands in Houston for a six-month stay starting Oct. 20.
Laura Frnka-Davis
Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center's very first social enrichment event will be hosted this Sunday, July 22, from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Woodlands Online Staff
Texas Boats and Outdoors is pleased to announce its highly anticipated event, Casino Royale: A Night of Luxury and Luck, taking place on August 25th, 2023. This glamorous evening will not only provide an unforgettable experience for attendees but als
Woodlands Online Staff
Summer is the perfect time to go fishing at the Bluegill Pond, home to several native species, such as catfish, bluegill and bass. The fully stocked pond is part of Montgomery County Precinct 3's Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center.
Woodlands Online Staff
Woodlands Online has the best places where you can pick your own blueberries and blackberries Blueberry- and blackberry-picking season is kicking into high gear in Texas, thanks to our statewide climate. From now through July, blueberries and blackberries are in bloom throughout the region and ready to be picked. This makes it the perfect tim
Sean K. Thompson
The five spray grounds, managed by The Woodlands Township, will open daily for the 2023 season, starting March 1 through October 31, 2023, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Woodlands Township
The Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center is excited to welcome Red the Cardinal to our Backyard Aviary. Red is a rehabbed wild bird; permanent damage to her wing means she cannot be released into the wild
Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center
The festival is filled with frolicking fun and friendship… and ART THE WOODLANDS, TX – It’s perfect weather for an outdoor festival, and The Woodlands has the perfect event to enjoy it. The Fidelity Investments The Woodlands Arts Festival is happening along The Woodlands Waterway and Town Green Park all weekend long
Sean K. Thompson
Wounded bald eagles are but the latest intakes to this animal sanctuary, and caring for them ain’t cheap THE WOODLANDS, TX – For the past 25 years, Friends of Texas Wildlife has been the nonprofit organization of choice for members of the community to bring in wounded and disenfranchised wild animals. Over that quarter-century, the staff and volunteers
Sean K. Thompson
A way to keep our pathways and forested areas litter-free and habitable for plants and wildlife.
Rachel Norton
A Q&A with Chris Nunes, CPRE Director of Parks and Recreation for The Woodlands Township.
Rachel Norton
The Howard Hughes Corporation® Pledges to Walk or Run All 300 Miles of their Three Award-Winning Communities During the Month of June The Howard Hughes Corporation is turning the spotlight on its open green spaces and network of trails in its master planned communities.
Lorrie Parise