Make a Difference in Texas
The Nature Conservancy has protected land and water in Texas since 1964. To date, we’ve conserved nearly one million acres of land and more than 200 miles of rivers and streams. With your support, we can 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.
Protecting Nature for Tomorrow’s Texas
The Nature Conservancy in Texas is developing solutions that will help ensure the natural places, spaces and resources we depend upon and love can continue to thrive long into the future. Join us today as we protect nature for tomorrow’s Texas.
Land Acquisition Adds 515 Acres to Honey Creek State Natural Area
The land acquisition builds on a history of collaborative conservation efforts in the region by adding 515 acres of protected land to the conservation blueprint of Honey Creek State Natural Area.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act. To commemorate this landmark legislation, we’re celebrating 50 underdog species that are bouncing back from low numbers, thanks to conservation efforts by TNC and partners. Check out these species from across the nation, like the Attwater's prairie chicken in Texas.
Tipping Point for Texas Oysters
Once the cornerstone of the Texas Gulf Coast economy, oyster populations have reached historic lows. TNC in Texas is working with partners and Gulf fishers to restore marine habitat while helping revive the economic vitality of our oyster fisheries.
See the Places We Protect in Your Community
With 37 nature preserves and conservation properties and more than 150 easements, we have to date protected nearly 1 million acres in Texas.Explore