A 4-H club focused on sustainability and supported in part by Transition Houston

meets most months during the school year at Bayland Park Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet.  


Since 2013 we have enjoyed a variety of family activities,

including a focus on food & horticulture last year.


If you enjoy making, growing, and exploring, please register your interest at the link below,

and we will contact you with more information as soon as we can:


You can send comments or questions to info@transitionhouston.org.


Curious about 4-H in Texas? Read more at http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/,

follow Harris County 4-H on Facebook

or listen to a 2014 news story about 4-H on KUHF's Houston Matters.

(Un 4-H Club de la sostenibilidad se reúne en Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet. En el 2013-2014 año escolar, hemos desfrutado de un gran variedad de actividades.  En el 2014-2015, esperamos viajes, jardinería ¡y tal vez un poco de pesca!  Si te gusta crear, cultivar, y explorar, por favor registre su interés en el enlace. ¿Tienes curiosidad por 4-H de Texas? Lea más en "¿Que es 4-H?")
Bayland Park, part of the Harris County parks system, is convenient to a lot of neighborhoods in Southwest Houston, including Sharpstown, Braes Acres, Robindell, Maplewood, Westbury, Braeswood, Meyerland, and Bellaire.  Come visit us! 
We appreciate in-kind donations to help us support our eager students.  Contact us at info@transitionhouston.org for information on how you can help.