Your generous sponsorship will enable us to continue to provide quality environmental education programs and support recycling, litter prevention and beautification projects across the city of Pearland. This year, the luncheon features guest speaker Ann McCormick, “Herb ‘n Cowgirl.”
Complete the online PTFL Sponsor Form before September 29, 2016 and you will be recognized in the event program, website, social media and at the luncheon!
If you enjoy herbs and organic gardening, you’ll want to meet Ann McCormick, the Herb ‘n Cowgirl. A life-long gardener, she has devoted her time since 1998 to writing and speaking about her favorite subject. Ann is a columnist for Herb Quarterly where she pens the ‘Herbalist Notebook.’ She also contributes to regional and national home and garden and life-style magazines, including Organic Gardening, Country Woman, Gardening How-To, and Neil Sperry’s Gardens.
Please make your plans now to be on hand for the
Plant Thyme Fall Luncheon and Plant Sale on October 7, 2016. The doors to the Center will be open at 10:30am, with the silent auction taking place in conjunction with the luncheon. The native and adaptive plant sale continues throughout the duration of the event. Plants from the sale will also be available for purchase on October 8, 2016 from 8:30 AM to noon at the Pearland Farmers Market, located at Zychlinski Park, 2243 Grand Blvd. Call (281) 489-2795 for more information about the luncheon or plant sale information.
If you have any questions about sponsoring the event or about in-kind donations contact Andrew Miller at (281) 489-2795 or [email protected]. We look forward to partnering with you on this event to make Pearland the cleanest and most beautiful city in Texas!
KPB currently serves the Pearland community with 250 members through litter prevention, waste reduction, and beautification programs. From organizing and running the first recycling program, to the development of hike and bike trails, initiating and maintaining the Adopt-A-Spot program, to collecting Household Hazardous Waste, and developing K.I.P.P.E.R.S. (Kids in Pearland Preserving the Environment through Responsible Service) in local middle schools, KPB continues to make a difference in the community in which we live and work.