The Texan by Nature Conservation Wrangler Program highlights the very best Texan-led conservation projects occurring in the state. This is one of three program offerings through Texan by Nature that engages citizens in stewardship. Texan by Nature supports select innovative and transformative projects in the field of conservation with tailored aid, resources, and visibility. Conservation Wrangler Projects demonstrate tangible returns for people, prosperity, and natural resources. Collaborative partnerships for conservation yield great benefits – for our natural landscapes, native plants and wildlife, and for everyone involved.
Texan by Nature is investing organizational time and resources to best serve our current 2017 Conservation Wrangler partners and their timelines. As the process progresses, we will update the website with the new application information. Thank you for your understanding and please stay tuned for new webpages on two of the 2017 partners, Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs and the Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes.
Conservation Wrangler Criteria
Benefits community by providing tangible returns for people, prosperity, and natural resources
Reaches new and diverse audiences
Measurable conservation outcomes
Conservation Wranglers Receive
12-18 months of tailored support
Appearance by former First Lady Laura Bush
Letter of support
Promotion via online platform, social media
Connections to technical, expert, and industry support
If you have programs, skills, resources, or relationships that could help our Conservation Wrangler projects succeed, or seek information, please email us at email@example.com