July 2019
The spring and summer sure have been busy at Colorado River Land Trust. We've worked with new partners, undertaken more conservation projects, and added innovative resources to contribute to our mission. Be sure to check out below the hard work and adventures our contributors have taken to protect the land and water of Texas.

Did you know, as Sam Houston traveled across the Republic of Texas, the Colorado River waters once nearly took his life? Even a hero of the Texas Revolution had adventures on the river we all see today. The Colorado River has long been integral to the success and heritage of Texas, and we are proud to share these new adventures with you.
Jeff Crosby

Jeff Crosby
Executive Director

With over 95% of Texas privately owned, all of us rely on these private land stewards to protect the resources of Texas.Nearly every drop of rain that ends up in our taps first falls on these private lands while our iconic wildlife needs these wide open spaces to thrive.
For the colonists who settled Texas, the Colorado River had boundless potential, despite being the edge of civilization.

Howdy! My name is Jessica and I am the newest addition to Colorado River Land Trust! Let me tell you why I do what I do.

You're Invited
Protecting Family Lands
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Selah Springs Ranch, Brady

Join us on the banks of the San Saba River to learn about opportunities for managing land while hearing firsthand from ranchers. We'll have a tour of Selah Springs too!
1st Annual CRLT Golf Tournament
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
The Golf Club at Star Ranch, Hutto

Grab your four-person team and come play some golf to help protect the water, wide-open spaces, and heritage of Texas!
Colorado River Land Trust
P.O. Box 220
Austin TX, 78767