Discovering a Slice of Cy-Fair’s Heritage,
History, and Natural Habitat

mag bar Spring 2011

Kleb-WoodsThe son of German immigrants, Elmer “Lumpy” Kleb happily lived out his 92 years on his family’s farmland, in a farmhouse lacking in modern utilities but surrounded by the beauty and bounty of nature. Kleb felt a deep attachment to the land and chose to plant trees on it instead of farming cotton or corn like his neighbors. Over time, he produced a wooded retreat and often nursed injured birds. Continue reading “Kleb Woods NATURE PRESERVE”