As humans we strive to draw black and white boundaries, but how do we set these when we’re dealing with gradual transitions of a very diverse state? Check out this recent article about the many different ways to segment Texas.
TLC member, Gary Sertich, commemorates the memory of his mom with a Mother’s Day weekend spent exploring the outdoors.
Join us in celebrating this exciting conservation success in Mason County!
A little time in the sunshine with her loved ones may be just the thing Mom needs to fill her heart right up to the top. Check out this list of things to do for the mom in your life.
Being in nature is always enjoyable, but getting to experience it with others is inspiring. On a recent hike with Latino Outdoors, we got to see why we aren’t just protecting nature for nature’s sake, but for people, too.
Stewardship Director, Stephen Ramirez gets to see our easement protections work in real-time!
Join us in celebrating this exciting conservation success in Austin, Texas!
March is National Women’s History Month, and while we should celebrate women all year, we thought we would take this opportunity to give a shout out to the women who have played a significant role in TLC’s work.
Ivy Payne donated 465 acres of pineywoods to TLC over 20 years ago and we are still always so excited to share it with the world!
Learn more about the Texas Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation Program!
Balloon litter is unsightly in the least and deadly at its worst. Instead of celebrating with balloons this Valentine’s Day, consider flowers!
Join TLC Stewardship Directors, Stephen and Ellen, on their trips across Texas as they show you first-hand what it looks like to protect the nature of Texas!