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. 

2020 TWG Scholarship Applications Available


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. Scholarships awards up to $1,000.


Applications through April 30th, 2020.

Download HERE

Support TWG

Support us with your donation!


our on-line shopping



an eco-friendly

online marketplace

Adopt-A-Path Dates
  • Saturday, June 6

  • Saturday, Sept. 12

  • Saturday, Nov. 28

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

2019 Scholarship Winners



All scholarship winners this year are TWG student ambassadors who gave their volunteer time to assist with environmentally related projects throughout the Woodlands. 

  • Cole Boyer

  • Hudson Nash

  • Madeline Smith

  • Sebastian Vazquez

  • Andrea Tamez

Become a Student 


 click here

to find out what it is and how to join

CANCELED: Saturday,

April 18th

5K Run & Walk

Coulson Tough K-6 School

Proceeds to The Woodlands GREEN

Pollinator Conservation Program


Rain Barrels Sales Suspended

Til Mid-May

Have you joined yet?
Click to become a member of The Woodlands GREEN
Recycling in The Woodlands faces new challenges.  Recycling Right educational campaign launched in response. 
Find out more about big changes in the recycling industry.  

Download NOW

Spring 2020

Dragon Circle Newsletter

Read about our pollinators and partners! 

Going Green Lecture • March 26, 2020
Embracing Renewable Energy: Conroe ISD's Plan
The speaker, Mr. Easy Foster, is Director of Planning and Construction for The Conroe Independent District. He will review the new solar array at the Stockton Jr. High School, how CISD decided to do this project, related educational curricula, and the district’s future renewable energy plans.
Thursday, March 26, 2020 • 7:00 pm
HARC, 8801 Gosling Road
The Woodlands
Free and open to the public
The Woodlands GREEN
Helping to bring more solar to The Woodlands
Find out more HERE


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.

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.

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)


Need Computer Help

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 

Meet the GREEN
Board of Directors
Library Donations

Each year, The Woodlands GREEN donates books, videos and other items to our local libraries. In 2019, donations amounting to $1,500 were provided by TWG to:

  • 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

Coming Soon!

Share with your friends

Like us on Facebook