Land trusts bring people together to make commitments that can change communities. Together, with Texans like you, we can ensure that the Texas landscape – rich in history, natural resources, breathtaking views and recreational opportunities – can be left intact for all of us today and for the future.

The Texas Land Trust Council is made up of more than 30 land and water conservation organizations working across the state of Texas. These organizations work locally, regionally or statewide to conserve land, protect water resources, and preserve the natural and cultural heritage of our great state. For more information about which land trusts operate in your county, visit our Texas Land Trust Directory or click on a land trust below.


aransas first bayou land big thicket logo cibolo conservancy coastal bend
colorado river land trust connemara cradle tx conservancy ducks unlimited frontera land
Conservation Force   galveston bay  green spaces  guadalupe blanco river trust hill country conservancy 
hill country land trust  houston audubon  katy prairie native prairies assoc  PPLT Logo 2015 
scenic galveston   texas agricultural  texas cave mgmt texas land conservancy  the conservation fund 
  the nature conservancy   travis audubon upper trinity   
  valley land fund   wilbarger creek wimberley valley watershed