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Anchorage Foundation of Texas
BP Foundation
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
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Greater Houston Community Foundation
The Jacob and Teresa Hershey Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Horne Foundation
Marian & Speros Martel Foundation
Mithoff Family Charitable Foundation
The Strake Foundation
Alice Kleyberg Reynolds Foundation
The Scurlock Foundation
Union Pacific Foundation
Susan Vaughan Foundation
Joan Hohlt and J. Roger Wich Foundation
Wolfe Family Foundation

American Institute of Architects - Houston Chapter
American Planning Association
Bayou Preservation Association
Buffalo Bayou Partnership
Central Houston
Citizens for Blueprint Houston
Citizens for Public Transportation
City of Clear Lake Shores
Gulf Coast Economic Development District
Gulf Coast Small Business Finance Corporation
Greater Greenspoint District
Katy Prairie Conservancy
Last Organic Outpost
League of Women Voters – Houston
Making Main Street Happen
Memorial Hermann - The Woodlands
North Montrose Community Garden
Park People
Regional Plan Association
Sierra Club - Houston Regional Group
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Texas NEMO
Trees for Houston
US Environmental Protection Agency

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Blazek & Vetterling
CDS Market Research
Clark Condon Associates
Edge Creative Strategies
The Goodman Corporation
Marathon Oil Company
Morris Architects
Post Properties
Upstream Insurance Brokers
Walter P Moore and Associates
Waterstreet Engineering
The Woodlands Operating Company

In-Kind Supporters
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Easterly & Company
Edge Creative Strategies
Environment Associates - Architects & Consultants
Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen

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Individual investors in a better quality of life for the Houston region

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