Updated: Oct 28, 2020
East Texas has amazing natural diversity – big rivers with towering hardwood trees, wetland creeks and sloughs teeming with wildlife, Longleaf pine forests, bogs with orchids and carnivorous plants, and millions of migrating waterfowl and songbirds flying through each spring and fall.
For decades, Texas Conservation Alliance has focused on protecting national forest lands, preventing dams on East Texas rivers, promoting national wildlife refuges, and encouraging tourists from far and wide to experience to the exceptional beauty of the East Texas region. Recent projects include working with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to get the Neches River National Wildlife Refuge open to the public, establishing State Paddling Trails on the Neches and Sabine rivers, helping stop a toll road through the Big Thicket National Preserve, and collaborating with the US Forest Service to protect sensitive resources on Texas’ four national forests.
We’d love to have you join us in protecting this lovely region of Texas. To read more about TCA’s East Texas projects:
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