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Texas

Places We Protect

Use this map or browse the list below to explore our preserves and places we protect in Texas.


The Nature Conservancy works across the state to preserve the lands and waters of Texas. With 37 Texas nature preserves and conservation properties and more than 100 private landowner partnerships, we have to date protected more than 878,000 acres in Texas.

Deserts

Davis Mountains Preserve
Diamond Y Spring Preserve
Dolan Falls Preserve
Independence Creek Preserve
Las Estrellas Preserve
Sandia Springs Preserve

Freshwater

Blanco River Project
Cibolo Bluffs Preserve
Fred and Loucille Dahmer Caddo Lake Preserve
Independence Creek Preserve
Love Creek Preserve
Pedernales River Project

Forests

Big Thicket Bogs and Pinelands Preserve
Chihuahua Woods Preserve
J.Cooke and Mary Randolph Wilson Preserve
Lennox Foundation Southmost Preserve
Lennox Woods Preserve
Little Rocky Nature Preserve
Mesquite Brushland Preserve
Powderhorn Ranch
Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary
Sheff’s Woods Preserve
Timber Lake Preserve
Wier Woods Preserve

Grasslands

Barton Creek Habitat Preserve
Clymer Meadow Preserve
Eckert James River Bat Cave Preserve
Love Creek Preserve
Nash Prairie Preserve
Refugio-Goliad Prairie Project
Texas City Prairie Preserve
Yoakum Dunes Preserve

Marine

Clive Runnells Family Mad Island Marsh Preserve
Francine Cohn Preserve
Half Moon Reef
Laguna Madre
Pierce Marsh Preserve
Shamrock Island Preserve

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