Exciting things are happening at Japhet Creek and our next Transition Houston meeting on Wednesday, June 29th will be both a social and informative event!

We'll enjoy a potluck dinner, so bring yourselves and your favorite food to share!

We'll take a tour and enjoy the benefits of our recent permablitz at Japhet Creek. We recently installed a cistern. Previous efforts of Transitioners included grading the walkway, installing solar lighting, performing cleanup, and planting a garden directly outside the classroom facility.

We'll meet at the classroom and find out about other exciting plans for the community.

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Note location change (this meeting only)! Japhet Creek is at 4646 Billy Street, Houston, 77020. The classroom is to the left in a modular building. Map to Location

For those of you who have not yet the opportunity to visit, Japhet Creek is devoted to the restoration of the Japhet Creek Nature Park and to promote low impact outdoor recreation, conservation, and opportunities that are environmentally and socially responsible.

Japhet Creek is dedicated to protecting and enhancing our Nature Park through providing fun, safe experiences and social events for the community and, at the same time, using these events as an opportunity to educate and restore our green spaces. Japhet Creek volunteers are working and forming alliances with other user groups to ensure a quality trail experience for all.

More about Japhet Creek's history is available here.

With your help, Japhet Creek will once again become the pristine, native habitat for migrating songbirds, aquatic turtles, swamp rabbits, red-tailed hawks, various fish, otters and the resident herons that nest nearby!

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