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Conservation Wrangler Update: Trinity Coalition

November 9, 2020

2019 Conservation Wrangler Trinity Coalition has big news to share! On October 22, 2020 U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced 30 new national recreation trails in 25 states, adding more than 1,275 miles to the National Trails System — one of the designated trails being Trinity Coalition’s Trinity River Paddling Trail.  TheRead More

InCorporating Nature Panel – 2020 Center for Health & Nature Symposium

November 4, 2020

InCorporating Nature—Industry’s Role: The Center for Health & Nature hosted the 2020 Health & Nature Symposium: Collaborating for a Healthier Future on October 7, 2020. The symposium brought together over 225 researchers, medical practitioners, and conservationists for a one-day virtual event that discussed the effect nature has on our health and well-being not only withinRead More

Communities in Nature Panel – 2020 Health & Nature Symposium

November 3, 2020

Communities in Nature—the Daily Dose: The Center for Health & Nature hosted the 2020 Health & Nature Symposium: Collaborating for a Healthier Future on October 7, 2020. The symposium brought together over 225 researchers, medical practitioners, and conservationists for a one-day virtual event that discussed the effect nature has on our health and well-being. Not onlyRead More

Nature in Practice Panel – 2020 Health & Nature Symposium

November 3, 2020

Nature in Practice—Clinical Solutions for Our Health and Well-Being: The Center for Health & Nature hosted the 2020 Health & Nature Symposium: Collaborating for a Healthier Future on October 7, 2020. The symposium brought together over 225 researchers, medical practitioners, and conservationists for a one-day virtual event that discussed the effect nature has on ourRead More

Join Us for Lights Out Texas Through October 29!

October 8, 2020

The fall bird migration is underway, and Texas is welcoming hundreds of million of birds migrating through our state to their southern wintering grounds. We are calling on all Texans to help spread educational awareness about light pollution in major metropolitan areas that negatively impacts migrating birds during this time of year.  To raise awarenessRead More

Lessons Learned on my Innovation Journey – Joni Carswell

September 22, 2020

Journey Lessons | Blog written by Texan by Nature’s CEO & President, Joni Carswell Recently I had the opportunity to speak about how women are innovating and leading. These are the musings from that session. EMBRACE YOUR BACKGROUND Little did I know that my journey would come full circle when I started my career inRead More

A Personal Journey to Innovation – Joni Carswell

September 22, 2020

The Journey | Blog written by Texan by Nature’s CEO & President, Joni Carswell Recently I had the opportunity to speak about how women are innovating and leading. These are the musings from that session. I believe that every person’s individual journey prepares them to innovate in a way completely unique to them. So, whatRead More

Conservation Partner Spotlight: Big Bend Conservation Alliance 

September 18, 2020

Texan by Nature exists to bring conservation and business together. We believe in a collaborative model that pushes impact boundaries for our natural resources, people, and economic growth. We’re proud to partner with 80+ conservation organizations that are innovating new approaches in every corner of our great state. In this blog, we sit down withRead More

Conservation Wrangler Update: Friends of Lake Livingston

August 11, 2020

Friends of Lake Livingston (FoLL) was selected as a Conservation Wrangler 2017 for restoring the aquatic habitat in Lake Livingston to create a healthier ecosystem and a prime destination for anglers and water enthusiasts. Lake Livingston is the second largest lake in Texas, created in 1971 to provide most of Houston’s water. Due to theRead More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Jillian Price

August 7, 2020

I was born in Dallas, Texas, but after about two years, my family moved to Atlanta, Georgia to be closer to family. This is where I was raised. Growing up, my family always taught me that it was important to take care of the Earth. Recycle, do not waste electricity and water…and most importantly, doRead More

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