Armand Bayou Nature Center is honoring the City of Seabrook at its annual Armand Yramategui Conservation Award luncheon on Nov. 2.
The City is being recognized for their exceptional commitment and leadership in increasing and improving the city’s open space as natural habitat restored woodlands and wetlands habitat through the implementation of its Open Space and Parks Master plan.
The event will by emceed by Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership Executive Director Dan Seal, and feature a guest speech by Trees for Houston Executive Director Barry Ward. Sponsorship tables are available, including Awardee Sponsor tables for $3,000, 10-seat tables for $500, and single seats for $45.
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