2017 Librarian of the Year shares with us how librarians can play a vital role in the teaching process— providing students with the ability to access more information about the natural world.
Our friend over at the San Antonio Zoo, Conservation Director Andrew G. Gluesenkamp, shares with us why we have chosen the perfect animal to represent our organization.
Check out these great conservation education resources for educators and parents.
This week we will be choosing our new mascot, vote now!
New TLC Stewardship Director, Ellen Gass, shows us just how cool it is to be a part of protecting the nature of Texas.
Join us in celebrating all of the Conservation Heroes across the state by sharing YOUR stories about the people who have dedicated their time and passion to nature.
Learn more about the largest privately conserved property in the Columbia Bottomlands and the largest project that the Texas Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation program has ever protected.
Visiting sites of ecological, historical, and cultural significance brings history alive by showing us how people lived, worked through problems, and adapted to their environment.
Meet Chuck and Dorothy, owners of the Chalk Mountain Preserve, and learn more about their journey to restore the health of the ranch and the small steps they are taking every day to make big changes in the long term.
TLC sits down with Joyce Lucas, owner of the Birk-Sommerfeld Heritage Ranch (Llano County), to learn more about her ecologically rich and historically important 444-acres.
TLC staff sat down with Richard Orton, owner of Orton Hill, to learn more about his love of the land and his perspective on the biggest environmental concerns facing Texas.