April 2017
It's a great time to be a part of the effort to protect the irreplaceable wide-open spaces of Texas. We've got a busy spring ahead of us, but I wanted to share with you a few must-attend events.

This week, I'll be participating in the largest Earth Day event in the world, Earth Day Texas 2017. I'll also be attending the Texas Parks and Wildlife Lone Star Land Steward Awards in May. I'd love to see you at one of them, so please find additional details below.

In the meantime, call or email if you have questions or ideas about conservation projects or workshops.

Jeff Crosby

Jeff Crosby
Executive Director

Critical Dollars for Wetland Conservation

An unprecedented $800 million is dedicated to the Texas coast from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Recently, $1 million was given to protect a portion of the Texas coast.

Landowners Help Central Texas Bird
In a win for both conservation and Texas farmers and ranchers, the black-capped vireo has been proposed for removal from the Endangered Species List. 

Protecting a Changing Texas
Texas is losing its rural open spaces faster than any other state in the nation. Learn how our state is contributing to help protect some of these vital areas.

You're Invited
Earth Day Texas 2017
Friday-Sunday, April 21-23
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Dallas, Texas

FEE: Free

Join us at the world’s largest annual forum for sharing the latest initiatives, discoveries, corporate practices, and more that are reshaping our world.

Lone Star Land Steward Awards
Thursday, May 18
6 p.m. - Cocktails
7 p.m. - Dinner
Austin, Texas

Celebrate the leadership of local families and landowners who have protected some amazing places in Texas. Hear stories of why they conserved their land and how we all benefit from their hard work!

Colorado River Land Trust
P.O. Box 220
Austin TX, 78767