We are all connected to the land.
Whether you wake up playing in it, go out working on it, or simply dream of the weekends you get to spend in it, you know how significantly our lives are enriched by time spent outdoors. That's why every year for the past 31 years the Texas Land Conservancy has worked hard to protect land all over the state of Texas. But we don't do it alone. We do it with continued support from people like you.
Stewardship Director Daniel Dietz giving a guided hike to a scenic Hill Country property
Texas is changing. Our sources of water are increasingly being threatened due to drought, development pressure, and population growth. Now more than ever it is crucial to protect land, water, and wildlife for future generations.
We have made a commitment to have an impact on the future of Texas and provide a legacy of conservation. You can be part of the solution.
We invite you to make land conservation a personal priority by making a donation to the Texas Land Conservancy today.
Dallas-area volunteers, including two Boy Scout troops, at TLC's Oak Cliff Nature Preserve on National Trails Day 2013
In addition to our conservation work with private landowners, Texas Land Conservancy works to connect people to nature through educational opportunities, volunteer work days, and special events. One of our favorite public properties is the Oak Cliff Nature Preserve, a 121-acre urban preserve in the heart of Dallas acquired by Texas Land Conservancy in 1999. Here community members can explore 8 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails year round.
You can make an impact on the state of Texas.
Donate today and join a community of committed conservationists who care deeply about protecting the land you love all over this great state.
P. Michael Jung
President, Board of Directors
P.S. Take a minute to go to our website main page or facebook page to see our brand new video and learn more about the work we do!
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Our online donation processing system is completely secure. However, if you would prefer to mail a donation, please send a check (payable to Texas Land Conservancy) to the following address:
Texas Land ConservancyP.O. Box 162481Austin, TX 78716
2012 Annual Report