Stretching from the Sabine to the Rio Grande, from the Gulf Coast to the Staked Plains, Texas encompasses deep woods, broad prairies, high mountains, and a wide array of wildlife.
However, as the rapidly growing home to over 29 million people, the human footprint in the state is significant, presenting issues of water shortage, air pollution, biodiversity loss, habitat fragmentation, and other challenges.
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Fortunately, generations of farmers and ranchers, scientists and engineers, advocates and politicians, lawyers and teachers, along with authors and filmmakers have all stepped up to protect and restore the state’s natural resources and public health.
This website, and its affiliated sites, seek to tell that story, using data-driven maps and charts, and first-person audio and video oral histories to preserve, share and celebrate the history of conservation in Texas.
For more information about these projects’ sponsoring organization, the non-profit, tax-exempt Conservation History Association of Texas, please check out the Association’s page on Guidestar and Charity Navigator.