Environmental Education (EE) Programs

Texas Envirothon

The Texas Envirothon is the largest high school environmental competition, open to any high school student (grades 9 - 12). The Envirothon is an integrated educational experience that will enhance your students' knowledge and environmental literacy.

School Habitats

Many schools in the Houston area are creating school habitats so that their students can have outdoor learning experiences. EIH provides many resources available to teachers who want to use the outdoors as a context for learning.

Youth Birding Club

For children aged 7-13, EIH's youth birding club meets on the third Saturday of the month at UHCL.

Summer Nature Camps

Our nature camps are designed to get kids outside to learn about our environment. Activities include insect sweeping, making and looking for animal tracks, fishing, bird watching, geocaching and many more.

Floating Wetlands Project

The floating wetland demonstrates a new water quality improvement technique for the Galveston Bay area and is the first public installation of floating wetland islands in Texas.

San Jacinto Battleground Restoration Project and Habitat Guide

The San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park preserve is the oldest and most visited state park in Texas and the site of the Marsh Restoration Project. A free curriculum guide is available for teachers of K - 6 children.


The Environmental Institute of Houston gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their generous support of the Environmental Education program.

  • LyondellBasell
  • ExxonMobil
  • BASF
  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Wildlife Diversity Program
  • Environmental Institute of Houston

    Phone: 281-283-3950

    North Office Annex
    2700 Bay Area Blvd, Box 540
    Houston, TX 77058-1002

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