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View the plan, a series of wet-bottom detention lakes and Greenspace in a 291-acre park.
 The Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy (WWGC) is a diverse and broad-based group of citizens dedicated to the creation of the Willow Waterhole Greenway Project, which is part of Harris County Flood Control and US Army Corps of Engineers' Project Brays.  The resulting space is named the Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve.

The project is an exciting combination of major flood control, a $70M series of wet-bottom detention lakes, and Greenspace in a 291-acre park in Southwest Houston.  Latest Status

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 The Mission of the WWGC is to Mobilize individuals, neighborhoods, government agencies, businesses and foundations to support the creation of the Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve.
 Southwest Houston
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 2014 Music Fest
    - Another great event - Sat Apr 12
    - Fantastic scene in the park
    - Talanted musicians
    - Thanks to our sponsors!
       Shell, Waste Management,
       Bud Light, Walmart, and
       Many others    

 Houston Audubon Society
Willow Waterhole Bird Survey
    - When: 3rd Saturday of the month
    - Where: Gathering Place on S. Willow
    - Next Survey:  Sat May 17, 2014
    - When: 8 am

 Willow Waterhole Video
     - The "Story of the Willow Waterhole
       Conservation Reserve" was
       produced as a part of a
       presentation made to The National
       Recreation & Parks Association 2013
       Congress & Exposition.
     - Video on Vimeo

 Trees for Houston
       Tribute Grove

     - Great opportunity to commemorate
        an occassion or honor a friend or
        family m ember with a tree at the
        Willow Waterhole
     - Tribute Article
     - Tribute Form (PDF)
     - Trees for Houston Tribute Website

Past Events...

 2014 Music Fest

     - Sat April 12th 11 am to 9 pm
10 hours of free live music
       Website:  WWMusicFest.com

     - Area Schools:  Parker Elementary
      Johnston MS,
Westbury HS, HSPVA
     - Professional Artists:  Kelly Dean,
      Warren Snead, Mark Dini Band,
      La Tribu (Cuban  Band), Luther &
      The Healers, Texas Brass Band,

      Kyle Turner

     - MusicFest Flyer
Houston Chronicle Article

- Map:
Volunteer Waiver Form

 WWGC Annual Meeting    
- Thurs March 27, 2014
     - Lecture by John Lienhard
         Host of Engines of Our Ingenuity
         "National Public Radio"
     - Harris County Flood Control District
         Update on Project Brays
     - Election of Officers for 2014 - 2015

 Native Prairie Plant Rescue
     - Sat March 22nd  9 to noon
     - Great opportunity to be outside in
        fresh air, learn about our
        environment and save
        endangered plants

- Thanks to sponsorship from
        - Houston Audubon Society &
        - Houston Master Naturalists
     - Download and fill out the
         Volunteer Waiver Form

     - Location:
       Gasmer East of S. Post Oak
       Parking at the end of the pavement
       Parking Map

 Houston Walks Blog Post 4/16/12     
- Wonderful walk thru the park 
    - Willow Waterhole Walk

 Rice Design Alliance Charrette
Aug 2010
    - Fantastic opportunity to see what
       the future could look like
View creative entries online

 Recent Houston Chronicle articles
    featuring Willow Waterhole

   - Whole lot going on at the waterhole    
Waterhole Basin Enters New Phase

   - Where the wild things are
   - What Houstonians are thankful for
   - Waterhole home to variety of birds

  News & Events Archive

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