Texan by Nature Project Certification provides Texas employers, organizations, and individuals with recognition of meaningful conservation efforts involving and benefitting people, prosperity, and natural resources.
Projects can focus on different natural resources such as wildlife, vegetation, and water, can encompass any Texas geography from urban to rural, and can take many forms such as urban pollinator habitat development, rural land rehabilitation, smart water conservation, or education initiatives. The possibilities are endless–submit the next innovative Texan by Nature Certification project application today! Applications are accepted on a quarterly basis. The next round of applications closes September 30, 2018!
If you are working on a monarch habitat focused project check out our monarch resources!
The TxN Certification program is an evolution of the Monarch Wrangler program–TxN Certification gives recognition to all types of conservation projects, including but not limited to those of monarch focus. All existing Monarch Wranglers are now recognized through the TxN Certification program for their efforts to create pollinator/monarch habitat. Those seeking recognition for habitat projects should apply for TxN Certification. If you have any questions about the program evolution contact us.
Natural resources conservation
Description of effort
Before and after pictures where relevant
Texan By Nature Certified Projects Receive:
TxN certification signed by former First Lady Laura Bush
TxN logo and brand guidelines
Listing on TxN website and TxN spotlight on media channels