Every day is Earth Day at Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center! Volunteers are invited to join staff and assist with a variety of conservation projects such as maintaining the pollinator gardens, plant propagation, and habitat restoration.
Conservation Connections meets every Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. during the months of September through May. Ages 12 and older welcome. Volunteers under the age of 18 require a parental consent form and volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Families and groups are welcome.
Please wear closed-toed shoes and bring your own gloves, if possible. Long pants, a hat, and a refillable water bottle recommended.
For more information and to RSVP, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Brent Wilkins at 281-446-8588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reconnect people with the outdoors and bring to life our area’s natural history and pioneer heritage.
Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center is a 312-acre nature preserve with over eight miles of paved trails, a recreated 1820-30s Pioneer Homestead, and an Akokisa Indian Village. Volunteers create unique and memorable experiences for children and the general public by assisting with nature tours, historical re-enactments, and a variety of FREE interactive educational programs. Volunteers may serve in many different areas, including: Adopt-A-Trail, Costume Guild, Homestead Tours, Horticulture Aide, Living History Demonstrations, Office Aide, Park Maintenance, and Photography.