The bald eagle has been the national bird of the United States since 1782, when it was placed with outspread wings on the Great Seal of our country. The Weeks Bay Foundation has celebrated the bald eagle since its inaugural Bald Eagle Bash in 2009. Today, the Bash is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser. As we approach April 25 … More Join us in celebrating our national emblem—the bald eagle— for its strength and determination during these trying times
As many prepared for Christmas and the new year, the Weeks Bay Foundation was busy bringing two big land projects to closing. These two properties are very different, but they both border important waterways, and their conservation means those waterways will also be protected. Owens Bayou: Between the heavily developed GlenLakes Country Club and the … More Long-term Land: A Tale of Two Conservation Projects
From fishing line to tires, trash in our waterways often ends up in those hard-to-reach places along shorelines, places only accessible by water. That’s why the Weeks Bay Foundation is hosting its 4th annual spring cleaning on the water, also known as the Floating Cleanup, on Saturday, February 15, at the mouth of Weeks Bay. … More 2020 Floating Cleanup!
Weeks Bay Foundation is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation. The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. A public comment period is now open. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land … More Weeks Bay Foundation Accreditation Update