UH-Clear Lake institute receives conservation grant The University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Environmental Institute of Houston has received
a $3000 Horned Lizard License Plate grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s
Texas Wildlife Diversity Program to increase wildlife viewing opportunities on the
UH-Clear Lake campus.
The 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.
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.
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.
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.
Connect with EIH:
EIH is a Texas Aquatic Science Certified Field Site
Environmental Institute of Houston University of Houston-Clear Lake 2700 Bay Area Blvd., MC 540 North Office Annex (NOA) Houston, Texas 77058-1002