The Texas Land Trust Council (TLTC), through its Conservation Lands Inventory, is using the power of geographic information to better understand the successes and needs of conservation throughout Texas and to educate the general public, land owners, and donors about the important work of land trusts in Texas. The project seeks to provide information that can benefit the entire land trust community, ensure high quality geographic data, provide statistics for public outreach and education, and help the land trust community to better use technology for more effective conservation.
The Conservation Lands Inventory provides data and visual information on all of the lands and conservation easements held by land trust organizations across the state. Texas Land Trusts have permanently protected over 1.5 million acres of land to date. The Inventory serves as a central repository for that information and is evolving to meet current and future needs.
View the Conservation Lands Inventory data by county, eco-region, or year:
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