Texas Land Trust Councillast updated: January 2017

The Texas Land Trust Council (TLTC) was formed in the late 1990s in partnership with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to serve as a support association for all land trusts in Texas. Today, TLTC is an independent nonprofit organization that continues to promote and sustain the conservation efforts of Texas land trusts.

TLTC engages in a variety of programmatic efforts that benefit the land conservation community in Texas. And land and water conservation are essential to a healthy Texas. The protection and enhancement of water resources and the preservation of our natural heritage are of the utmost importance to our economy and our quality of life.

The Texas Land Trust Council focuses on sustaining a level of excellence among Texas land trusts by providing technical resources like our Conservation Easement Guidebook and Texas Conservation Lands Inventory database, as well as first-rate training opportunities via our LandTerns program and annual Texas Land Conservation Conference. To date Texas’ land trusts have protected over 1.5 million acres of farms, ranches, wetlands, urban gardens, forests, watersheds, coastlines and river corridors.


Contact Texas Land Trust Council


Contact Texas Land Trust Council

Lori Olson
Executive Director
P.O. Box 2677
Wimberly, Texas  78676
Phone: (512) 994-8582


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Texas


To request additions or corrections to this entry email the Administrator
1 Introductory article was found for Texas Land Trust Council

pdf Conservation Easements: A Guide for Texas Landowners, 2013