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Hana Ginzbarg

Region: Coastal Plain

Topics: Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Science, Education, Nature Center, Park

 

Ms. Ginzbarg worked for a number of years as a grade school science teacher, but is perhaps best known for her work organizing the political support and financial backing to create the Armand Bayou Nature Center, an 1800-acre preserve and education facility east of Houston which comprises coastal prairie, forest, stream, and estuarial habitats, as well as a historical recreation of an early working farm.  In subsequent years, she has drawn together the people, land and resources to create the Nature Discovery Center in an urban residential part of southwest Houston. The Nature Discovery Center offers innovative, hands-on training to teach children about the natural world around them.

 

Interviewed

January 22, 1997
Houston, Texas
Audio recording only


Please hear the audio recording or read the transcript of Mrs. Ginzbarg's full  interview.  

 

 

 

 
 

 
Conservation History Association of Texas
Texas Legacy Project


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