First, I would like to apologize again for my lack of posts recently. Second, I would like to apologize for my frequent apologies regarding inability to spend quality time on this blog. Suffice to say, I've been busy scratching out a living sufficient to keep Kayleen and me housed, fed, and current on bills.
My circumstances may change for the better soon, but it is too early to discuss those changes in detail, nor to say what impact they will have on my blogging habits.
Onward to the main topic now.
Green Party Houston is ready to get back to the business of providing a group with whom to Be Green in the Houston Metro area. That area includes Harris County, the seven surrounding counties, and communities on the fringes thereof such as Huntsville and the Golden Triangle.
A group of us, comprising old-timers and recent arrivals, have had a few online planning meetings in recent months, including a very productive one in February. The new arrivals have come to us via the Twitter group created by Green Maps and congealing around the 2022 gubernatorial campaign of Delilah for Texas, as well as via last summer's Eco-Social gatherings on Zoom.
Today I spent some time polishing the GPH section of txgreens.org, including some pages and features not yet published. This section will serve as the hub of the outreach effort to grow the party presence locally. Beyond that, one of the most important pieces of the puzzle will be getting folks to sign up and volunteer.
For the time being, you can sign up by indicating your interest via Facebook or Twitter: follow the Twitter account and/or ask to join the Facebook group (it's Private, at least for now). There may be a GPH Facebook page in the near future, plus expansion into other corners of the social media universe.
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