International Day of Women and Girls in Science

February 11, 2024

As we mark the 9th annual International Day of celebration for women and girls in science, Texan by Nature recognizes the remarkable women who are accelerating change and progress inRead More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Hanna Guidry

February 8, 2024

The bumper sticker phrase “I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could” was something I heard often from my parents throughout my childhood. TheyRead More

Texan by Nature 20: Recognizing Business in Conservation

February 7, 2024

Texan by Nature exists to advance conservation and we have a vision that every single business, every single Texan will participate in conservation – all 30 million of us representingRead More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Kat Hicks

February 5, 2024

I have lived in Texas all my life. Born in Plano, surrounded by all of my extended family, I was a kid from the suburbs of Dallas until about eightRead More

Local Opportunities to Achieve Global Goals: Circularity 

January 19, 2024

In the pursuit of sustainable operations, an increasing number of Texas-based companies are embracing the circular economy. Texan by Nature found that over 50% of the state’s leading companies committedRead More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Taylor Kennedy Frenchi

January 19, 2024

I grew up in Wichita Falls, a town in North Texas where our landmark and namesake is a muddy-brown, artificial waterfall (usually turned off to conserve water). The town’s unofficialRead More

A Collaborative Model for Coastal Restoration

January 16, 2024

Texas, a state known for its resilience, finds itself at the forefront of a pressing challenge – the impact of natural disasters. A recent 2023 study by WalletHub revealed thatRead More

12 Texas Trails to Hike in 2024

January 9, 2024

From the rugged canyons of Palo Duro to the lush forests of the Piney Woods, Texas trails each tell a unique story, offering a special blend of challenges, natural wonders,Read More

Using GIS for Conservation Communication

Using GIS for Conservation Communication

January 9, 2024

As conservationists, we aim to bridge the gap between valuable scientific data and the interest of the people and businesses who depend on our natural resources. Engaging communication is criticalRead More

7 Questions for a Conservation Storyteller

December 14, 2023

In a digital era where humans process a staggering 74 gigabytes of information daily—equivalent to reading JRR Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” each day—the challenge lies in cutting through the noise. TheRead More

2023 Texan by Nature Conservation Summit Recap

December 5, 2023

The Texan by Nature Conservation Summit is an annual opportunity for leaders in business and conservation to convene and catalyze conservation in the state of Texas. Through panel presentations andRead More

Conservation Wrangler Journey: Texas Longleaf Team

November 28, 2023

Texan by Nature’s mission is to advance conservation. One way we accomplish our mission is through our 18-month accelerator program, Conservation Wrangler. Each year, we select up to six ofRead More

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