Meet TALT Board Member Lindsey Lee
Lindsey Lee is honored to be the most recent appointee to the TALT’s Board of Directors. A sixth generation Texan and resident of Jackson County, she comes from a family with a long tradition of ranching and land management. For the last fifteen years she has been running the family’s ranch along the Coastal Bend between Houston and Corpus Christi, and is also a realtor specializing in farm and ranch sales.
Lee is actively involved in many organizations, including the Jackson County Farm Bureau, the Jackson County Cattle Raisers Association and the Independent Cattlemen's Association of Texas. In 2015, she was named Jackson County Rancher of the Year and Lee Ranch was named Conservation Ranch of the Year by the Jackson County Soil and Water Conservation District.
In 2016, Lee was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to serve as a public member to the board of Texas Professional Geoscientists, and in January of 2020, Lee was chosen as a gubernatorial appointee to serve on the Texas Broadband Development Council.
When Lee learned more about TALT’s work to keep Texas big, wide and open through educating landowners about conservation efforts and other land management strategies, she was all in to join the board and help spread the message.
“I am thrilled at the opportunity to help TALT with their mission,” says Lee. “Our farming and ranching communities play a vital role in the economy and culture of Texas. It’s of utmost importance that we dedicate the resources to our ranchers, farmers, and landowners to help continue this proud tradition for future generations.”