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Threatened Neches River Rose Mallow Blooming in ParkThreatened Neches River Rose Mallow Blooming in Park

The Neches River rose mallow is considered one of the rarest plants in East TexasIt is a shrubby perennial that grows 3-7 feet tall. Like other Hibiscus, the Neches River rose-mallow produces large, showy flowers. Each blossom is 3 to ...


Introducing our new websiteIntroducing our new website

When it came to developing a website that represented the goals and objectives of the East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation, organization members agreed that the new site needed to be attractive, informative, and easy to update.  Sure, we could ...


Giant Padlefish Caught in East TexasGiant Padlefish Caught in East Texas

Check out this huge paddlefish caught below Lake Livingston dam (incidentally) by alligator gar angler Sam Brown. Immediately following a quick picture, the fish was released alive back into the river. Paddlefish like this one are native to East Texas ...


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Chandler River Park

Chandler River Park

This park serves as a day-use area for paddlers, boaters, bank anglers and picnickers along the banks of the Neches River upstream of Lake Palestine.

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The Neches River rose mallow is considered one of the rarest plants in East TexasIt is a shrubby perennial that grows 3-7 feet tall. Like other Hibiscus, the Neches River ...

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