Giving Tuesday is Nov. 28. Give to Save Buffalo Bayou!

Our forested bayous and streams are more threatened than ever

Buffalo Bayou with public forest of Memorial Park on the right, River Oaks Country Club on the left. Photo by Jim Olive

 

Save Buffalo Bayou is dependent on the generosity of people who care about protecting our great Mother Bayou, its forests, waters, wetlands, prairies, sandy banks, high cliffs, and many tributaries. Flood risk management based on nature is the cheapest, most effective, most beneficial practice. Help us fight for enlightened, cost-effective, green responses to flooding.

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We don’t ask often

Nature is not just a pretty face. Trees and vegetation cleanse our polluted urban water, reduce rain runoff that causes flooding, protect against erosion, and filter out sediment from the stream.

What we’ve been doing

Here is the latest on how Save Buffalo Bayou has been working to protect our public forest and fighting for rational, science-based flood risk reduction:

In the News, On the TV and Radio

 

                                                                   Yellow-crowned night heron by Frank X. Tolbert 2.

 

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