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A Watershed Protection Plan for Cedar Bayou

A Watershed Protection Plan provides a better understanding of the sources of water pollution and what area governments, individuals, community groups, and business and industry can do to improve water quality. Cedar Bayou is a tributary to the Galveston Bay system, thus any sources of contamination potentially impact a wide range of economic and ecological interests even beyond their watershed of origin.

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Join us at the Nurture Nature Festival

Please come out and visit with members of the Partnership at the City of Baytown’s Nurture Nature Festival. The Festival will be held:

Saturday, April 8, 2017
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Baytown Nature Center
6213 Bayway Drive, Baytown, Texas

We’ll have games and information about the bayou, about the Partnership, and about our efforts to improve water quality in our communities. We hope you’ll stop by! For more information, please visit the City’s Nurture Nature website.

Around the Watershed

Photo Galleries

Links

Development of a Watershed Protection Plan for Cedar Bayou
Click Here

Cedar Bayou Watershed Overview
Click Here

Texas Stream Team volunteers help monitor water quality
Click Here

Friends of Cedar Bayou United
Click Here

Take Care of Texas
Click Here

Back the Bay
Click Here


How Can I Get Involved?
The first step to protecting and improving your water quality is awareness. Click here to join our mailing list and learn more about the Watershed Protection Plan for Cedar Bayou.


 

 

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