Thursday, December 4, 2014

Conservation News and Info from TLTC


You've heard of Black Friday....and Cyber Monday....and Giving Tuesday....

Welcome to TLTC Thursday!! 

The Texas Land Trust Council is comprised of 30 land and water conservation organizations operating across Texas to conserve farms, ranches, wildlife habitat, water resources, and natural areas. Our coalition has permanently protected over 1.5 million acres through our collective conservation mission. We share a vision for the future of Texas that preserves the integrity of our natural systems, protects our wildlife and our water resources, conserves our agricultural heritage, and sustains our quality of life. We do this work for the collective benefit of all Texans and for the future generations who will inherit our great state. Join us.

Become a supporter by making a year-end gift to the Texas Land Trust Council.  
 Click here to make an online gift TODAY.
Or send your donation by check to: TLTC, PO Box 29232, Austin, TX 78755. Gifts of stock are also accepted. Call 512-994-8582 for more info.
To our many friends
Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2015!  

Conference Registration Early Bird Rate Ends Soon! Register NOW & Save
Detailed Agenda Now Online !

On March 4th-6th, 2015 hundreds of conservation professionals, land trust board members,attorneys, consultants, landowners, open space planners, and public agency staff working on land and water conservation issues in Texas will travel to Austin to take part in the Texas Land Conservation Conference.

Registration is now open and our Detailed Agenda outlining all conference session topics is now posted on our conference website. Please visit the conference website to view planned session topics and keynote speakers, register, find out about sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities, and for general information about the event.
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