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Victoria Gardens Tree Planting Event

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Houston Parks and Recreation Department


Come join the Houston Parks & Recreation Department's Natural Resources Management Program (NRMP) in restoring riparian habitat along our city's bayous! We will be planting native trees in our habitat restoration area at Victoria Gardens Park. We will provide shovels. Be sure to bring a refillable water bottle, along with shoes, gloves, and clothes that can get muddy. Pre-registration is required. Register by emailing Naturalresources@houstontx.gov to let us know you are planning to help. We would love to see you there!

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About Houston Parks and Recreation Department


2999 S. Wayside Dr., Houston, TX 77023, US

Mission Statement

"To enhance the quality of urban life by providing safe well-maintained parks & offering affordable programming for our community."


The Houston Parks & Recreation Department (H.P.A.R.D.) was created by City Ordinance on March 15, 1916. The Department of Public Parks, as it was called at that time, consisted of two parks - Sam Houston Park & Hermann Park. Taken together, they totaled about 465 acres of land.

Today, the Houston Parks & Recreation Department (H.P.A.R.D.) stewards & manages over 38,752 acres of parkland & greenspace for the City of Houston; develops & implements recreational programming for citizens of all abilities; maintains greenspace for the Houston Public Library & the Houston Health Department & manages all H.P.A.R.D. facilities.



Sat Dec 12, 2020
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM  


4900 WernerHouston, TX 77022



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Horticulture




  • 3 hours
  • Participants should bring a refillable water bottle and shoes, gloves, and clothes that can get muddy.

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