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Explore Nature (Virtually) on Houston Area Paddling Trails – April 8
From Cypress Creek on the north to Clear Creek on the south, Harris County is fortunate to have five different, readily-accessible paddling trails. In between those two trails are others on Greens Bayou, Buffalo Bayou, and Brays Bayou.
The Sierra Club Houston Group will sponsor an online program about these trails on Thursday April 8. The speakers will be HASK member Tom Douglas and representatives from some of the trails’ sponsoring organizations.
Computer log-in and announcements will begin at 7:15 PM, and the program will start at 7:30. You can register for this free event Click on the Meet-Up Link for Zoom details ]
This meeting will be conducted using Zoom. Everyone is welcome.
7:15 - 7:30 pm: Time for log in, announcements, meet & greet.
Featured program presentation starts at 7:30 pm
Register in advance for this meeting at this link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
APRIL MEETING PROGRAM:
EXPLORE NATURE ALONG HOUSTON AREA PADDLING TRAILS
Speaker: Tom Douglas, longtime Houston Sierra Club member and
Canoe/kayak outings leader.
Paddling trails on our local bayous offer a great variety of opportunities for exploring nature by canoe or kayak - everything from one-hour family-friendly outings to longer trips for more experienced paddlers. You might be surprised to see how wild the bayou corridors are along many stretches of Buffalo Bayou, Cypress Creek, Clear Creek, Greens Bayou, and Brays Bayou.