Many conservation projects lack the capacity, expertise, tools, and data needed to quantify impact for their projects – an important ingredient to receive funding, reporting success, getting stakeholder buy-in, and more. The following resource guide provides more information on companies, organizations, and academic institutions that provide conservation services, tools, and/or consulting that aid in project scoping and reporting as it relates to data and metrics quantification. This Conservation Service Resource Guide serves as a repository, allowing all stakeholders to better navigate this space and find the right fit for their project.

If your organization provides resources, tools, and/or services that provide research, metrics/data scoping, collection, reporting, etc. for conservation projects please complete this survey.

Additional relevant resources include:

Water-Related Events:

  • May 16: Texas Waters Webinar: Feral Pigs and Water Issues (click for info)
  • June 12-14: Texas Waters Webinar: Aquatic and Riparian Restoration in the Chihuahuan Desert (click for info)
  • June 12-14: Texas Water Conservation Association Summer Conference, Arlington (click for info)
  • June 12: Texas Collaborative Conservation Network Quarterly Virtual Meeting: Voluntary Carbon Markets Presentation by BCarbon (click for info)
  • July 17: Texas Waters Webinar: Stewardship for Birds in Aquatic and Riparian Habitats (click for info)
  • October 23: Texan by Nature’s Conservation Summit Dallas, (click for info)
  • October 23-25: Texas Water Conservation Association Fall Conference, San Antonio (click for info)
  • August 20-22: 2024 Texas Groundwater Summit (click for info)
  • August 27-30: Texas Floodplain Management Association Annual Meeting, Dallas (click for info)
  • Host your own workshop with Water Finance Exchange (WFX) (click for info | see report from recent workshop in East Texas)
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