What Makes Me Texan by Nature: Danielle Blanco

April 25, 2023

What makes me Texan by Nature? I have lived most of my time outside the great state of Texas, but the adventure that is my life eventually landed me hereRead More

Creating a Return on Conservation Index: Texas Longleaf Team

April 17, 2023

Creating a Return on Conservation Index: Texas Longleaf Team Imagine a tree that lived half a millennium– that’s the longleaf pine! As the tree matures, it spreads its roots farRead More

7 Questions for a Sustainability Professional, Sandra Montalbo — Overland Partners

March 30, 2023

Texan by Nature’s network of business members is essential to achieving our mission of advancing conservation, and the sustainability professionals in these organizations are important allies in connecting industry withRead More

Return on Conservation™ Index: Data as a Driver, A Common Language, and A Decision Maker.

March 23, 2023

Data is the Driver. This is what we hear every day at Texan by Nature in talking with conservation partners, business members, staff, and close collaborators when prioritizing projects toRead More

Meta Invests in Texas Water Action Collaborative Statewide Expansion

March 22, 2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 22, 2023 Karina Araujo Texan by Nature 956-616-6869 karina@texanbynature.org Meta Invests in Texas Water Action Collaborative Statewide Expansion The collaborative matches companies and funders to waterRead More

A Conservation Guide for Texas Landowners

March 21, 2023

New and experienced Texas landowners alike have a variety of organizations to collaborate with and tools at their disposal to become involved in the conservation of the state’s natural resources.Read More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Urvi Dani

March 20, 2023

Where I began my life couldn’t be further from Texas….I was born in Mumbai, India.  My cousins and I spent our weekends alternately at each others’ homes, requiring little beyondRead More

Center for Health and Nature 2023 Symposium

March 7, 2023

Launched in 2018, the Center for Health & Nature is a partnership between Texan by Nature, Houston Methodist, and Texas A&M Health Science Center. The Health & Nature Symposium convenesRead More

Bringing Baffin Back- Conservation Communication

March 6, 2023

Science-based conservation is a driver of economic prosperity that is in balance with a healthy environment. In efforts across the state, conservation organizations look to share the progress and resultsRead More

Texas Partnership Forests Water

Texas Partnership for Forests & Water Success Story – Wilson Creek Riparian Restoration

February 28, 2023

Earth’s ecosystems and human life are inherently connected and dependent on one another. When an ecosystem is threatened so too are the ecosystem services and natural resources humans benefit fromRead More

What Makes Me Texan by Nature – Savanna Rodriguez

February 24, 2023

By Savanna Rodriguez, Texan by Nature Intern For as long as I can remember happiness looked like being surrounded by family, animal companions close by, and more often than notRead More

Return on Conservation™ Index: Overcoming Industry Barriers in Conservation

February 21, 2023

In 2022, 97% of top executives across the world said climate change is expected to impact company strategy and operations. Of the same executives who said climate change would impactRead More

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