Clymer Meadow-McNeeley Tract
Texas, Hunt County
The property is or will be encumbered by a conservation easement as described below.
The property includes 53 acres of grassland and woodlands adjacent to The Nature Conservancy's Clymer Meadow Preserve. Seasonal creek.
Primary Conservation Objectives
The property is located in the Clymer Meadow Conservation Area, an important focus area for the Texas Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. The conservation area contains the largest protected remnant of native Blackland Prairie, a diverse and colorful landscape which is unique to Texas; only two percent of this landscape remains.
This tract is part of the largest protected remnant of Texas Blackland Prairie, a globally imperiled landscape. A diverse, colorful variety of wildflowers is typical of the Blackland Prairies, of which only two percent remains. The Conservancy will provide technical assistance for buyers in restoring native prairie.
Easements and Restrictions
Buyer will purchase the property encumbered with a conservation easement allowing no subdivision and construction in a one-acre homesite.