A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIRMAN
I'm Mack Turner, Chairman of the Board of Texas Conservation Alliance. For me, protecting the wonderful nature habitats and wildlife of Texas is my life's calling. It's the first thing on my mind when I wake up, and the last thing I think about before I go to bed. Texas Conservation Alliance is so important for the future of Texas and I just want to thank you for your interest in supporting what we do everyday.
For the past 45 years, Texas Conservation Alliance has been on a mission to advocate for the protection of wild places and wild things in the state of Texas. From the rivers and forests of East Texas to the prairies of West Texas, we have been engaged with local communities to help them protect their ever-shrinking wildlife habitats. Thanks to TCA, more than 200,000 Texas acres are protected in parks and wildlife refuges. We've successfully advocated against unnecessary reservoirs that drown Texas rivers, fought clear-cutting in national forests, and recruited thousands of people to conserve Texas' beautiful outdoor world.
Texas Conservation Alliance is here to help the citizens of Texas rally local support, gather the facts, and protect against encroachment of wildlife habitats so crucial to the future of our state.
Through grassroots advocacy, the Texas Conservation Alliance protects and preserves wildlife and wild habitats for the future benefit of Texans.
NaTIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
We are proud to be the Texas Affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, the country's largest conservation organization. Partnering with NWF connects TCA to national issues and gives national attention to local efforts in Texas.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Mack Turner, Chairman of Texas Conservation Alliance, uses his big-picture grasp of conservation and the experience gained in a successful career in commercial real estate to raise TCA’s level of influence and raise funds for core TCA projects.
TCA Executive Director Janice Bezanson’s 35-year conservation career has spanned a wide range of activities: lobbying, generating media coverage, raising funds, heading up education programs and outdoor events, and recruiting others to conservation.