League City is committed to protecting its natural resources and wildlife. The city has a number of conservation programs and initiatives in place, including:

  • The Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center is a 148-acre nature preserve that offers visitors the opportunity to explore native wetlands, forests, and prairies. The nature center also hosts a variety of educational programs and events.
  • League City’s Rain Barrel Program provides residents with discounted rain barrels to help them conserve water.
  • League City partners with local organizations such as the Texas Master Naturalists and the Galveston Bay Foundation to protect important habitats and wildlife.


These are just a few of the ways that League City is working to conserve its natural resources. By working together, we can ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy the beauty and diversity of this special place. League City also offers a variety of projects and volunteer opportunities that can help you make a difference in the natural environment of League City.

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