This Texan by Nature program highlights the very best Texan-led conservation projects occurring in Texas to become Conservation Wranglers. Conservation Wrangler projects demonstrate tangible returns for people, prosperity, and natural resources. Texan by Nature provides select conservation projects with tailored support and visibility.
Texas is a big state with diverse ecosystems, communities, and people. Conservation Wrangler projects across Texas reflect the specific conservation goals and plans of each community or region as identified by those local leaders who may be individuals, community organizations, businesses, research institutions, or some combination of entities.
Collaborative partnerships for conservation yield great benefits — for our natural landscapes, native plants and wildlife, and for everyone involved. Texan by Nature partners with individuals, communities, nonprofits, research institutions, and businesses to spur can-do conservation. We connect projects to the resources they need to succeed.
The 2017 Conservation Wrangler application is currently closed. If you have projects that meet our Conservation Wrangler criteria, please look for the 2018 application in fall 2017.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org