From the Board:
Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. plays a crucial role in protecting natural resources and providing outdoor recreation opportunities for all Texans. Years of inadequate funding have led to park facilities in need of updating. TCA called on the Texas Legislature to make state park funding a major priority in the 2015 session…
~ Mack Turner, Chairman
► Our Mission
Texas Conservation Alliance is a dynamic group of individuals and organizations protecting Texas’ rivers, forests, coastlines, wildlife, and other natural habitats. TCA currently campaigns to promote water recycling, protect the Neches and Sulphur rivers, manage national forests, connect people with… Read More
► In the News
Texas Leads the Way in Water Recycling The Christian Science Monitor, June 2015
Threatened Mussels of the Neches River by TCA Member Dr. Neil Ford of UT-Tyler has been researching mussels in the Neches River
TPWD’s Carter Smith to speak at TCA’s Annual Meeting September 26
A Lifetime of Conservation: Buddy Temple will be missed
Texas Conservation Alliance has 50 Member Organizations who share our common interest in protecting nature in Texas.
TCA builds grassroots coalitions of conservationists, sportsmen, landowners, advocates for nature tourism and outdoor recreation, business people, timber industry leaders and elected officials to influence public policies that affect the environment and to solve natural resource problems. We invite individuals and organizations to join the Alliance and help us provide a natural legacy for future generations of Texans!
TCA has an exceptional record of accomplishment over its forty-year history.
Recent Honors and Awards for TCA Members and Affiliates
National Wildlife Federation’s Lifetime Achievement Award – TCA Board Member & Author Richard Donovan
Featured Member Photo: Our Ranching Heritage by Bill Tindall
The Texas population is projected to almost double over the next fifty years. This population boom will greatly increase demand for the resources that…
TWDB is under a court order to resolve a conflict between the Region C Water Plan (Dallas-Ft Worth) and the Region D Water Plan…