The Woodlands GrassRoots Environmental Education Network

is a tax-deductible 501 (c)(3) education organization that promotes natural resource conservation, recycling, solid waste reduction, safe and sensible care of our air and water resources, and other responsible actions that protect the environment and its inhabitants. 

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Butterfly and Milk Weed

2021 TWG Scholarship 


Scholarships for high school seniors in The Woodlands and nearby communities with a commitment to preserving the environment, and planning to continue education or vocational training in an environmental field. 

Since 2006, TWG has awarded $58,000 to area high school seniors. This year's winners exemplify their commitment to preserving the environment. 

  • Abe Ejilemele

  • Ethan Yu

  • Kirsten Reyes

  • Nicholas Harris

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Adopt-A-Path Dates

Adopt-A-Path starts at 9:00 a.m. at Shadowbend Park.

 June 5

Sept 11 Nov 27

Annual Meeting

WELCOME Members & Board


June 7, 7:00 p.m  

Zoom Link HERE

Recap of activities, including scholarship awards, Village Challenge awards, & library donations.


Program addition • Going Green Lecture on a Climate Simulation Tool.  

Download HERE

Spring 2021

Dragon Circle Newsletter


Join Us - Lot's Happening !

Earth Day 2021

Bicycling • Growing Fast

Mattress Recycling

Climate Change Workshop

Local Honey

Going Green Lectures  

En-ROADS Climate Solutions Simulator

The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. Sustainability Lecture


Roger Ingersoll

Citizens' Climate Education 

8:00 pm, Monday,

June 7, 2021

For more information,

click HERE

This climate simulation tool allows the user to test various human actions and government policies that address climate change. 


Please Join Us on Zoom

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Yes, We Have Rain Barrels!

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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Photographic Journey Through the Nature Trails of
The Woodlands Area

Bill Bass

Bayou Land Conservancy Board Member

View Presentation HERE

Bill Bass is lover of nature and an excellent and avid photographer. In his talk, he will bring both to us in the form of a slide show that will emphasize the importance of preserving our natural spaces, and images of the Spring Creek Nature Trail, a 14-mile, multi-use path along Spring Creek offering stunning views and a chance to see nature “up close”.

For more information, click HERE

Going Green Sustainability Lecture

Become a Student 


 click here

to find out what it is and how to join

Where to Recycle Electronics


Several local places accept electronics for recycling, including Montgomery County

Precinct 3. Most are free or for a small fee.



to find out restrictions. 

Precinct 3 Montgomery County

1122 Pruitt Road

281.367.SAVE (7283)


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Research Forest Dr 



Best Buy

Pinecroft Center 

Lake Woodlands Dr.




1100 Lake Woodlands Drive



19507 I-45, Spring, TX 77388

(281) 528-0189

Resilient • Sustainable:

What's this about?

Check HERE 

Recycling in The Woodlands faces new challenges.  Recycling Right educational campaign launched in response. 
Find out more about big changes in the recycling industry.  
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The Woodlands GREEN


Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor Donation Program


Kroger has contributed hundreds of dollars to our scholarship and education programs over the years through the Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor Donation Program.

To participate, go online and link your Kroger Plus Card to TWG, our number is 81114.  After you are signed up with the Kroger Plus Card website, go to


Kroger Community Rewards Program


and link to your Kroger Plus Card.

The Quiet Invasion

Removing Invasive Plants

7:00 pm, Thursday, April 29, 2021

For more information, click HERE

See the Video

Learn what you can do to help get rid of invasive plants in The Woodlands that degrade and destroy valuable species. 

Watershed Communities

Taking Action to Improve Water Quality

Spring Creek Partnership

Thurs, March 25, 2021, 7:00 pm


Our speaker, Rachael Windham, Planner at H-GAC, will discuss the interconnectivity of local watersheds and challenges that impact the quality of water in lakes, streams, and other water bodies throughout the region, including our own Spring Creek. She will also outline strategies for responding to these challenges that can be carried out at individual, local, and regional levels.

Video of Meeting: HERE

Library Donations • 2020

Each year, The Woodlands GREEN donates books, videos and other items to our local libraries. Donations were awarded to our libraries as part of the 2021 Annual Meeting on June 7th:

  • George & Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library, 8125 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands, TX (media added to library - Click here.)

  • South Regional Library, 2101 Lake Robbins Dr, The Woodlands, TX

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Bits 'n Bobs

How long does it take trash to decompose in landfills?
Read the answer on our Facts & FAQspage.

Bits 'n Bobs

Think Outside the Bottle
Learn how you can help stop the proliferation of plastic bottles by thinking outside the bottle.

The Woodlands
Helping to bring more solar to The Woodlands
Find out more HERE
A video introduction to HARC, our local science hub. Learn about their  sustainability work.
Click HERE
Renewable Energy
Conroe ISD’s Plan

Watch the Lecture


Learn about CISD's plans and projects for renewable energy. Hear details on Stockton Jr. High School’s 1 MW solar array. Download the Slides

January 21, 7:00 pm.


Township Village Challenge

focuses efforts on 

Planting for Pollinators

Register Your Garden or Yard 

Help raise awareness of the importance of pollinators, and how habitat creation supports them. 


Click HERE for more information on the Village Challenge.

Meet the GREEN
Board of Directors

TWG members' meetings during the 2020/2021 program year will be held monthly on the first Wednesday at 5 pm on ZOOM. Meetings will NOT be held during the months of December, July, or August. For details and to join the Zoom meeting, email us at