Brays Oaks Super Neighborhood
Council #36

Martin Luther King Day of Service
Together, We Can Do It

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Local Farmers Market

Urban Agriculture Field Day

Join PIF, the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and Texas State’s Small Producer’s Initiative for an educational and inspiring workshop that will explore a number of conservation practices suitable for small and urban farms. Strategies for water management, cover cropping and rebuilding soil organic matter, and identification of pollinators and beneficial insects will be covered – along with principles and practices for improving soil health in regenerative agricultural systems.

This workshop is part of an ongoing series hosted by the Small Producers Initiative of Texas State University and made possible by support from USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

The workshop will take place at Westbury Farm in Houston TX, managed by Plant It Forward. Directions and details will be sent out the week before the event.

It is free and open to everyone, but enrollment is required to attend.

Lunch will be provided.

Field Notes – Plant It Forward Farms


(Houston, TX) – The Harris County Clerk’s Office reminds registered voters who are 65 years of age or older or disabled that Texas law allows them to submit an “annual” application to vote by mail starting January 1. The law affords eligible voters the option to mark “annual” on the application and receive a mail ballot for the 2024 elections that take place in the political jurisdictions where they reside.

“It is important that the voter completes the entire application and selects the appropriate options,” said Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth, the chief elections officer of the county. “In even years, it is also important to mark the primary and runoff election in which you want to participate.”

The application to vote by mail (ABBM) expires on December 31, or when the voter cancels the application, voter registration is canceled, and or when the voter registers in a new county.Click here to download the application.

Qualified registered voters should know that if they choose not to mark the “annual” option, they may choose to vote by mail in specific elections. Voters should be aware that there is a deadline to submit an application to vote by mail for every Texas election, including the March Primary Elections, the May Primary Runoff Elections, the May Local Elections, and the November Presidential Election. Below are important dates on the 2024 Election Calendar.

Additional information can be found at

Make A Positive Impact

Two ways to serve on Saturday, January 13, 2024

Guided Tree Planting at Bear Creek Pioneers Park from 9a to Noon

Park Clean Up at Mt Olive Fellowship Hall from

11a to 4pm