Texas is booming — in population, economic growth, and consequently, resource consumption and depletion. At 30 million residents and counting, creative, collaborative solutions are the most effective approach to solving pressing issues facing our natural resources. On the front lines of the effort to ensure Texas’s future are the 150+ conservation organizations working across the state. Many of these organizations are flush with great science-based ideas, but strapped for resources when it comes to development, strategy, marketing, communications, and operational capacity. There are projects throughout Texas that can be grown and replicated via collaboration and awareness — Texan by Nature’s Conservation Partner program acts as this catalyst. By supporting the Texan by Nature Sustainability Fund, you ensure our unique role in keeping conservation efforts connected, multiplying their effectiveness.
By building on the Texan entrepreneurial mindset and combining our respective strengths, we collectively create a positive impact for Texas’ economy, people, and natural resources for generations to come.
Media awareness, strategic planning, partner development, increased funds, and standard metrics are critical for success. By investing in the TxN Sustainability Fund, you allow TxN to thoughtfully offer these services at no cost to our conservation partners, and enable the TxN team to focus on program implementation, accelerating conservation and its impact by connecting the many contributing parts to the whole of Texas’ natural resources, people, and economy.
- Membership on the TxN Conservation Innovation Council
- Annual recognition at all TxN events
- Tickets to annual Conservation Wrangler Summit
- Permanent recognition on TxN website and annual report
- Invitations to exclusive funder events
HELP TxN REACH OUR GOAL
Stand out from the crowd! Only 30 supporters at $100K each earn recognition as funders of this $3M endowment. Reach out today to learn more.
WHAT PARTNERS ARE SAYING
Respect Big Bend is grateful for the support of Texan by Nature (TxN). Most conservation organizations struggle to connect with industry partners, and TxN has taken a leadership role to fill that void. Thanks to their support, we’ve been able to amplify our efforts to conserve the unique natural resources of the borderlands region of Texas for future generations.
DR. LOUIS HARVESON, Dan Allen Hughes Jr., Endowed Director & Regents’ Professor, Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University
Texan by Nature has provided invaluable expertise and guidance for our fundraising and outreach efforts. Our dedicated volunteers feel these areas leaped forward by 3 years or more due to the catalytic impacts of the Conservation Wrangler program. Thanks, Texan by Nature!
FRANK W EARY, Executive Board Member, Chairman Exploration Green Conservancy
Texan by Nature has been a great help to our new and growing organization. As a small non-profit, with only two staff, the support that Texan by Nature provides, best practices around marketing and social media, the community outreach calendar, fundraising tips and grant research, and the opportunity to attend conferences and networking opportunities are all invaluable. The TxN team is also easily accessible for advice and wise counsel. We appreciate their recognition of the work we are doing to protect the Comal Springs in New Braunfels and their continued support to expand our positive impact on conservation efforts in the Hill Country.
NANCY PAPPAS, Managing Director, Headwaters at the Comal
To take part in the Sustainability Fund, reach out to Jenny Burden, Director of Development
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