4 Things You Didn't Not Know About EIH
- You may see our building on your way to work or school everyday. You know, the one
flanked by a fleet of boats on one side and a thriving garden on the other? That's
the North Office Annex I (NOA I) where our offices are located. We are tucked away
in a little oasis of our own making right here on the UHCL campus.
- EIH maintains a WaterSmart School Habitat Demonstration Lab with examples of Texas
native plants and rain water collection on campus. Please feel free to stop by to
smell the roses or volunteer on Tuesday mornings. You can find more information about
that on our Habitat Work Day page.
- EIH provides environmental education workshops to local school teachers, students,
as well as summer nature camps. Our events are always a big hit with participants.
Teachers enjoy seeing a successful habitat and learning about what is possible at
their own schools, as well as getting hands on experience that they can take back
to their classrooms. And many of our summer campers have returned year after year
to learn about wildlife and the environment.
- EIH scientists conduct state-of-the-art research throughout the state and beyond.
With our high-flying drone, Hawk1.