The Nature Conservancy has protected land and water in Texas since 1964. To date, we’ve conserved nearly 1 million acres of land and more than 200 miles of rivers and streams. With your support, we’ll continue working to safeguard the state’s natural landscapes, preserve the Gulf of Mexico and improve the resilience of Texas cities for future generations to enjoy.
From the Fire: A Legacy of Longleaf
The Nature Conservancy in Texas and the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas are working together to restore the imperiled longleaf pine tree using prescribed fire. This partnership is putting more beneficial flames on the ground and helping manage a key natural community in East Texas.
Honey Creek Spring Ranch Becomes Latest Conservation Achievement in Central Texas
TNC and its partners recently completed a conservation easement on 621 acres in the Texas Hill Country, boosting connectivity and resilience in a rapidly developing region.
Places We Protect
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With 37 Texas nature preserves and conservation properties and more than 130 easements, we have to date protected more than 900,000 acres in Texas.
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