Texas Agricultural Land Trust

Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) promotes the conservation of open space, wildlife habitats, and natural resources on Texas’ private working lands. Governed by a Board of Directors comprised of men and women who own land themselves, Texas Ag Land Trust today has partnered with over 30 landowner families to conserve over 236,000 acres of prime working lands. Created by farmers and ranchers for farmers and ranchers, Texas Ag Land Trust is proud to play a role in conserving part of Texas’ legacy of wide open spaces.

TALT's work will help ensure an open, productive Texas rural landscape that has abundant grazing lands, croplands, healthy forests, wildlife habitats, and scenic and recreational lands. Texas Ag land Trust easements will help keep families on the land; reduce the high rate of fragmentation of ranches and farms into smaller parcels; and contribute to retention of larger tracts that are economically sustainable.

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1919 Oakwell Farms Parkway
Ste 100
San Antonio, Texas  78218
Phone: (210) 826-0074
Fax: (210) 828-5091


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