Where the Wild Things Grow

Where the Wild Things Grow - A Campaign for Houston's Arboretum

Implementation of the new master plan will be our organization’s primary focus over the next decade.

A capital campaign is underway to fund implementation of the master plan.

The master plan includes:

  • Construction of a brand new entrance and additional parking off the 610 loop
  • A new Ecosystem Management Center to support our conservation initiatives
  • Renovation of the existing Woodway entrance with expanded parking
  • Creation of two educational wetlands that double as storm water retention
  • Landscape restoration of the northern third of the property
  • New trail experiences
  • Renovation of the existing building to expand educational programming
  • Construction of a new administrative building to house staff and volunteers
  • A state-of-the-art nature playscape


Thank you to our many donors!

For questions about the capital campaign and donating, please contact Keely Everett by email at keverett@houstonarboretum.org or by phone at 713-366-0374.

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In observance of MLK Day on Monday, January 21, the Nature Center Building will be closed. Trails will remain open 7 am - dusk.On Sunday, January 20, the Woodway Entrance will be closed until 2 pm due to the Houston Marathon. Click here for full course details.