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​Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center Improvements


The League City Parks and Recreation Department is seeking public input on upgrades, improvements, and additions they would like to see at the Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center, as well as strategies and concepts for long term management and maintenance of the property. The Nature Center, once known as the Davis Tract, is one of the last remaining large undeveloped properties in League City with quality wetlands.

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28 November, 2023

Mleholodnak says:

I would love to see an interpretative building housing animals needing rehabilitation or animals not capable of living in the wild!

3 November, 2023

Maximinalist says:

Education on sustainability, climate change, community and individual actions to save the Earth.

24 October, 2023

Claire says:

Community garden

14 October, 2023

Irma says:

45 north

19 September, 2023

Prissy says:

Boardwalks over the marshy areas. Lighting. Clean water for dogs and people. More walking trails, please!!! Thank you!!!

17 September, 2023

Mrg says:

Trees, gravel trails, interconnection to other trails. Water stations

16 September, 2023

Rachelh says:

Walking paths, paddle trails, playgrounds

16 September, 2023

Kbrinegar says:

More plant sales

16 September, 2023

Pinkspoonbill says:

I'd love a large pollinator garden with trails among many beds, bloom all seasons. Large diversity of Natve & adapted plants.

5 August, 2023

Sherry says:

Please keep this fine Nature Center as it is. It is a wonderful area as it is right now. Thank you!

3 August, 2023

Lisa says:

Reduce invasive plants andincrease native plants. Please keep the park as close to natural as possible.

30 July, 2023

Vanessa says:

Please plant more native trees, shrubs and flowers. Please keep this park as wild as possible. Create native habits for animals that.

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