Donate to Support Texas Land and Water Conservation

We are Texans, working together to conserve the lands we grew up with and the water we depend on.  Your financial support is essential to ensuring that we can continue to advance land and water conservation across the state. Please consider making a donation to the Texas Land Trust Council today. Together, we can continue to conserve the lands we love and the water we depend on, raising the collective voice for land and water conservation in Texas.

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Enter your desired one-time donation amount below or click on one of the predefined links for sustaining, monthly gifts. You will then be directed to our secure, online payment system. The Texas Land Trust Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so all gifts are tax-deductible, and we are highly-rated for financial transparency and accountability. Know that your generous donation will be thoughtfully put to good use to support the entire Texas land trust community.

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Donations via Regular Mail

If you would prefer to mail in a donation via regular mail, please send a check (payable to Texas Land Trust Council) to the following address:

Texas Land Trust Council
PO Box 2677
Wimberley, TX 78676

Planned Giving Inquiries

If you or your family would like to learn more about planned giving opportunities that can benefit all Texas land trusts, please contact the Texas Land Trust Council at (512) 994-8582. Whether you are considering a gift through your will or a living trust, or another estate planning tool, our staff would love to talk with you.

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What are our conserved open spaces in Texas worth? With the help of this detailed analysis and research by our partners, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute and the Texas Water Resources Institute, we can better describe the positive impacts of these lands. Check out the latest publication on the Texas Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation Program to learn how our state is working to conserve vital open agricultural lands in Texas. ...

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Hays County joins the ranks of several Texas cities and counties pushing for additional parklands and open spaces. Yesterday, citizens voted overwhelmingly to pass a $75M bond to establish more parks and conserved lands at a time when they are needed most. #ConserveTexasLand #HaysParksforPeople ...

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Thank you Congressman Vicente Gonzalez for cosponsoring the Charitable Conservation Easement Program Integrity Act (H.R. 1992), which prevents bad actors from abusing conservation easements for their gain while ensuring that well-intentioned donations are not hindered. This bill is extremely important to the work we do at Texas Land Conservancy, and we appreciate your support of it! ...

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Kristy Oates to Lead USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Texas!
“Growing up on a farm in Texas and working across the state has given me an understanding of issues that often impact private land and producers who manage them,” Oates said. “I look forward to leading with a vision to deliver high quality service to support agricultural producers and collaborate with ag and conservation groups to protect Texas’ natural resources.”
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