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Interim Director Shares Vision for Mercer Bookmark

Interim Director Shares Vision for Mercer
Big changes are coming to Mercer! Chris Ludwig, Mercer’s new interim director, announced Mercer’s new master plan will include a partnership with Baldwin Boettcher Library and several flood mitigation projects. “Our master plan will help us grow by identifying the best use of Mercer’s resources,” said Ludwig. “We may not be able to move the gardens, but we can make the inevitable floods less damaging.” Baldwin Boettcher Library and Mercer Botanic Gardens will transform into one destination with shared resources

Holiday in the Gardens and Winter Plant Sale at Mercer Bookmark

Holiday in the Gardens and Winter Plant Sale at Mercer
Celebrate the holiday season with music, food, crafts, shopping, and more during Holiday in the Gardens Saturday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Mercer Botanic Gardens. This family-oriented event offers a holiday market, winter plant sale, and a Children's Corner. Attractions include face painting, a visit from Santa, and holiday-themed crafts. Entrance is free, and children’s activities are available while supplies last. Food, drinks, and holiday gifts are available for purchase. Shop for a variety of

Precinct 4 Constable Environmental Crimes Unit Bookmark

Are signs littering your neighborhood? Or, is someone illegally dumping trash near your home? The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Environmental Crimes Unit may be able to help. Created in 2017 by Constable Mark Herman, the Precinct 4 Environmental Crimes Unit protects the environment by investigating and prosecuting crimes such as littering, illegal dumping, illegally posted bandit signs, and other environmental crimes.