December 2017
With the recent snow that swept across our area, there is little doubt that winter has finally arrived here in Texas. The snow began to fall the day of our holiday happy hour, so thank you to all of the folks that were still able to join us!

As 2017 comes to an end, I want to extend my sincere gratitude to each of you for supporting our work throughout the year to protect the Texas land, water, wildlife, and heritage that defines us. Our efforts would not be possible without your support.

Be sure to check out our newly redesigned website to see all the latest happenings!

Happy Holidays,
Jeff Crosby

Jeff Crosby
Executive Director
This Is Us

Abundant wildlife and hunting heritage is a part of our way of life in Texas. Proper management can help promote a healthy white-tailed deer population and a successful hunting season, while also protecting land resources.
Drones on the Horizon
To better understand the changing landscape of Texas, drones have become a critical tool for conservation groups, farmers, and ranchers providing more insight than ever before. 

Sportsman Care Too
Nearly 97% of hunters and fishermen support protecting land for future generations. Conserving the places where we fish and hunt is a priority we can all support!

You're Invited
Texas Land Conservation Conference
Wednesday, February 28 - Friday, March 2, 2018
Austin, Texas

Join us at the largest gathering in Texas focused on land and water conservation.
Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo
Friday, March 23 - Sunday, March 25, 2018
Fort Worth, Texas

Calling all ranchers, landowners and cattle industry participants - don't miss this year's conference for new ideas for your ranching operation.
Colorado River Land Trust
P.O. Box 220
Austin TX, 78767