Posted on · Funding from Harris County Precinct 4 will help the Houston Parks Board fill a gap between two of the city's largest and most popular parks.
Posted on · Growing flood risk due to climate change and urban development is intensifying the need for buyouts in Harris County.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A local group says emergency efforts before, during, and after Harvey were unfair to people of color.
Posted on · With 2020 right around the corner, numerous trail segments are starting to open for use.
Posted on · The Houston Parks Board says recently-installed mile markers will serve a couple of different purposes.
Posted on · Cyclists and walkers now have a new option in Houston’s East End
Posted on · Houston has made slight improvements in a yearly ranking of the nation’s urban park systems. But it still lags behind other cities despite having a lot of space devoted to recreation
Posted on · Houstonians two bayous are now connected
Posted on · Million-dollar bike project is part of Houston's Bayou Greenways initiative.
Posted on · The trail closes one of the gaps in Houston's extensive bike network.
Posted on · The Sims Bayou Greenway will be 1.8 miles long and will also have trees and wildflowers.
Posted on · Houston Parks Board is a 40-year-old nonprofit whose mission is to create, improve, protect and advocate for parkland in the Greater Houston region. The organization is currently leading the $220 million Bayou Greenways 2020 project. It'll create a 150-mile network of connected parks and trails along Houston's major waterways. We talk with Beth White, the […]
Posted on · What are the most probable technological changes that'll happen over the next decade? Rice University is hosting a symposium today (Oct. 12, 2016) addressing that question. The event is framed by a study that looks at how technology will impact the future of multiple industries, including shipping and energy. Technology Outlook 2025 is a report […]