The Hudson Woods Environmental Education Program is a new effort undertaken by the Cradle of Texas Chapter in January 2014. It replaces the EE program previously hosted by INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA at its Chocolate Bayou Works. It serves approximately 600 third-grade students from Angleton Independent School District.
By providing students with hands-on experience at the refuge, these field trips augment the schools' science curriculum in the area of natural ecological systems. These investigations are led by Texas Master Naturalist volunteers. The program is administered by Jen Brown, Environmental Education Coordinator.
Volunteers are needed to assist with the administration and execution of the HWEEP program. Volunteer duties include providing class instruction, acting as tour guides, or assisting with program administration. To volunteer, please contact:
----------------Johnny Dwyer, DEEP and HWEEP Coordinator
Participation in the HWEEP program, as instructor, tour guide, or program administrator, is approved for Volunteer Time by the Cradle of Texas Chapter. Volunteers may claim VT credit for all hours spent at the refuge, including lunch. Volunteers may claim Travel Time, not to exceed (a) actual round-trip travel time, (b) the number of VT hours claimed, or (c) 4.00 hours.
Survey: [PO: Public Outreach (Service Project)]
Description: [USFWS: HWEEP]
Before you can participate in the HWEEP (or any other activity at any USFWS property), you must complete a "Volunteer Service Agreement." Each agreement is valid for one year, and must be renewed annually. To download a copy of the agreement, with instructions, click here. You may email the completed form to Tom Schneider or take it with you when you volunteer.