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NRG Dewey Prairie Garden Ribbon Cutting

March 24, 2022

Located on 10 acres of a reclaimed lignite mine near Jewett, Texas, the NRG Dewey Prairie Garden will provide 10,000 pounds of fresh produce annually to help alleviate food insecurityRead More

Local Conservation’s Role in COP26

March 15, 2022

2022 Q1 Conservation Partner Meeting – COP 26 from Texan by Nature on Vimeo. As part of our mission to uplift conservation efforts across Texas, Texan by Nature hosts quarterlyRead More

Measuring Return on Conservation

March 15, 2022

“One accurate measurement is worth a thousand expert opinions” – Grace Murray Hopper Each year at our annual Conservation Summit we gather leaders from conservation, community, and industry to discussRead More

HEB Funds Texas Longleaf Team’s Longleaf Pine Conservation

February 23, 2022

February 2022. HEB generously supported the mission of the Texas Longleaf Team (TLT), a 2021 Texan by Nature (TxN) Conservation Wrangler, to restore the longleaf pine ecosystem in East Texas.Read More

ESG Strategy and Water in Texas

H20, SDG, ESG, NBS…How Many Letters Does it Take to Impact Water?

February 2, 2022

“Water is the driving force of all nature.” — Leonardo da Vinci  Even in the 1400s without the access and knowledge we have today, the importance of water was clear,Read More

Webinar: Texas’ Lands & Natural Resources Provide Resilient Infrastructure

January 21, 2022

Texan by Nature and North Texas Municipal Water District have launched a free webinar series, “Conservation – The Texas Way.” This four-part series provides education and awareness of the bestRead More

Tackling Food Insecurity: From Garden to Food Pantry

January 20, 2022

According to the USDA and Feeding America, the three-county area surrounding Jewett is a food desert, with many residents living over 10 miles from the nearest grocery store. Food insecurityRead More

What Makes Me Texan By Nature – Karina Araujo

January 18, 2022

I was born an hour from the Texas border in Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas, a northern Mexican city whose name directly translates to “Beautiful Valley.” Among locals, it is known asRead More

Conservation Partner: Texas Children in Nature Network

January 18, 2022

Texan by Nature (TxN) is proud to partner with 105+ conservation organizations working to positively benefit Texas’ natural resources and communities through innovative approaches. TxN accelerates conservation by bringing conservationRead More

2021 TxN 20 Recap

January 8, 2022

The Texan by Nature 20 (TxN 20) is an effort to recognize the best work in conservation from Texas-based businesses. It’s an opportunity to showcase innovation, commitment, and best practicesRead More

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