Saturday, September 18
9 AM - 12 PM
Join Jones Park staff and volunteers to remove invasive plant species and restore native habitats in the park for wildlife. Wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult.
Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center is a premier 312-acre Harris County Precinct 4 nature preserve open daily to visitors free of charge. The park features a variety of plant and wildlife species, white sand beaches along Spring Creek, swamps and sloughs with century-old cypress trees, and a pristine floodplain located in a hardwood and pine forest. All features are accessible by over eight miles of paved, handicap-friendly pedestrian trails and several unpaved primitive trails. The Spring Creek Greenway, with over 16 miles of paved trail system along Spring Creek, is also accessible from the park’s Judy Overby Bell Trail and Jones Bender Trail. Jones Park holds popular programs, events, and festivals annually. All programs and events at Jones are free of charge and their success is supported by volunteers! Learn about all the happenings at the park at https://www.hcp4.net/parks/jjp/.