June 12, 2019

Since El Nina is giving us fits with deep water, we'll be striking when it's down with several planned summer plantings. For Texas Master Naturalists or Texas Master Gardeners, this means volunteer hours, 3 to 4 per planting.

 

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November 8, 2018

2018: A Year of Learning, Achievement, and Growth

The community of Friends of Lake Livingston (FoLL) have made some notable achievements in 2018.

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August 17, 2018

Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs (LLFoR) and Lee College Huntsville will hold the first Texas Castaways Fishing Tournament on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Pontoons Restaurant and Bar in Onalaska. Proceeds will fund scholarships for selected high school seniors...

July 11, 2018

Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs, now in its fourth year of creating aquatic habitat along the shores of Texas’ second largest lake, held a major planting Friday, May 4 at the Sam Houston State University Park on FM 980 just west of Riverside.

The strategic goals o...

February 15, 2018

If we've learned anything in the past several years it's that the ecology effort of our project is bigger than just Lake Livingston. In 2017 we partnered with Texan by Nature to join the state-wide conversation on ecology and conservation. That partnership, initially,...

October 11, 2017

A crowd of 200 volunteers, dignitaries, VIPs, and students welcomed Former First Lady Laura Bush to Wolf Creek Park on September 13 for the planting of 1,900 American Water-willows. Mrs. Bush was on hand to welcome LLFoR as a Conservation Wrangler for Texan by Nature,...

September 13, 2017

San Jacinto Times Coldspring, Texas: Former First Lady Laura Bush joined senior officials from Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs (LLFoR), Trinity River Authority, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to celebrate the ongoing restoration of Lake Livingston, Texas...

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