The water is clear as glass, the banks can often be crowded with anglers fishing for trout, and the temps can fluctuate by nearly 30 degrees in an afternoon. For […]
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but the truth is, Texas is still growing. Our state now boasts five of the fifteen largest cities in the country. There was a time when the vast majority of Texas land was part of a farm, ranch, or forest, but today Texas is losing its open country faster than any other state in the nation—especially within the Colorado River watershed.
Right now, the land, water, and wildlife we care about are at risk.
“Everyday you wake up, look in the mirror, and ask yourself, what kind of Texan are you going to be today? Texas expects more out of us.”
With its wide-open landscapes, eternal skies and abundant wildlife, Texas is one-of-a-kind.
We believe in our responsibility as Texans to protect our own backyard and conserve our most valuable resources—our land, water, and traditions. Join us and help protect Texas.
THE RIFLE AND REEL
Rolling hills, dotted with white-tailed deer and turkey, and a stretch of Cypress Creek lined with towering bald cypress trees is protected forever. The 200-acre Sombrilla Ranch is located between […]
8 gifts guaranteed to delight anyone who’s from — or just loves — Texas. By: Hope Boatright With the year almost over, it’s time to start buying thoughtful presents for […]
Cozy up to a big bowl of homemade venison corn chowder this fall. Longtime Colorado River Land Trust supporter, Tiffany Osburn’s simple yet decadent chowder brings together hearty venison with […]
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The land doesn’t protect itself, it needs people like you to protect it forever.