About Cullinan Park Conservancy
The Cullinan Park Conservancy was founded as a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation in late 2010 as a project of the tax-exempt Houston Parks Board. The Conservancy seeks to enhance and protect the natural beauty of Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan Park at Oyster Creek, a 750- acre park in Sugar Land, Fort Bend Country on Hwy 6, just north of Hwy. 90A.
Conservancy Goals and Activities
Current efforts emphasize fundraising for development of trails, canoe launches, bridges and other means of better access to Cullinan Park. Past work has included surveying its vegetation and birdlife, planning for its trail and bridge renovations, arranging for park cleanups, and organizing photo contests about the park, its wildlife, landscapes, and visitors. included ensuring legal protections for the Park, preparing maps of the Park’s boundaries, vegetation and improvements, organizing plant surveys, partnering in cleanups, encouraging trail maintenance and bridge repairs, putting together photo contests, compiling bird checklists, and other efforts.
The Conservancy and You
Please join the Conservancy! We hope you will join us, and all the friends, visitors, and neighbors of Cullinan Park, who are working to make Cullinan Park a better place for people and wildlife for future generations. Please contact us, join in on Park events, and support the Conservancy!
The Conservancy Board
Board of Directors
Nancy Davis Olson
Mary Von Tungeln
Peter de Ipolyi, M.D.
Carran Cullinan Lane