Green Bank Joins Volunteer Effort To Rejuvenate Little Cypress Creek Preserve

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Green Bank Joins Volunteer Effort To Rejuvenate Little Cypress Creek Preserve

Woods Project - Group Shot

Green Bank employees joined with students from The Woods Project during a workday at the Little Cypress Creek Preserve on Saturday, November 13.  The volunteer effort to rejuvenate the Legacy Land Trust park site in Northwest Harris County included improvements to a hike and bike trail, removal of invasive plants and sowing Texas wildflowers.

Woods Project - Gloria Perez

Green Bank’s Gloria Perez takes to the shovel during a workday at the Little Cypress Creek Preserve.  Perez joined other Green Bank employees as part of a volunteer effort to rejuvenate the Legacy Land Trust park site in Northwest Harris County this past November.  The volunteer day was hosted by The Woods Project, a Houston-area non-profit that develops leadership and life skills in low income youth through outdoor education/environmental awareness programs and camping trips.

 

Woods Project - GB Volunteers

(From left) Carolina Maynez, David Matthews, Gloria Perez and Kay Moore catch a breath of fresh air at the Little Cypress Creek Preserve.  The four Green Bank employees were part of volunteer effort to rejuvenate the Legacy Land Trust park site in Northwest Harris County this past November.  The volunteers joined students of The Woods Project during the workday to improve a hike and bike trail, remove invasive plants and sow Texas wildflowers at the preserve.