Conservation History Association of Texas

Location: Austin, Texas

The Conservation History Association of Texas is a nonprofit environmental education organization whose mission is to collect, secure, and share information about the environmental history of Texas. The organization operates programs such as Texas Legacy Project, archiving conservation history, Texas Landscape Project, highlighting places that have been crucial to Texas conservation, Texas Fauna Project which uses wildlife as windows to Texas conservation, and Texas Notebook Project, artwork that exemplifies animals involved in Texas conservation. Via oral history research, atlas development, and nature illustration, the Conservation History Association of Texas supports public education regarding the state’s conservation history and informs a new generation of stewards to carry on environmental protection work in the state. Partners include the Texas A&M University Press, Briscoe Center for American History, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 

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