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This year, Hill Country Nights takes on a new theme, “A Violet Crown Affair!” On Friday, September 20th, at the swanky Brazos Hall, HCC will host a brand new event dedicated to the same inspiring mission while also unveiling exciting announcements about the Violet Crown Trail.
Hill Country Conservancy invites you to attend National Trails Day – Saturday, June 1st, 2013
Check out this amazing in-depth article by Michael Barnes about our very own Executive Director!
by Frank Davis, HCC Director of Land Conservation
Read a personal letter from Frank about his reflections on a recent visit to 700 Springs Ranch and insight into a new way to think about our state water needs.
On February 2 the scouts of Troop 5 led by Eagle Scout Candidate, David Fawcett, constructed six stone benches for HCC at the Nalle Bunny Run Hill Country Preserve. These benches will be used by visitors of the Conservancy to meet and learn about the preserve and wildlife in area for years to come.
HCC merchandise makes the perfect gift! You can support a great cause and find neat gear like the super soft HCC t-shirt, the durable HCC lunch tote, the HCC Here Forever Poster, and much more!
Join us on one of our Monthly Birding and Nature Hikes at Nalle Bunny Run Wildlife Preserve. The next hike is Saturday, June 15th!
…and make a difference in the Texas Hill Country– forever!
Check out our short video on youtube that depicts the why, who and how of what we do here at Hill Country Conservancy!
Farmland ownership and management has long been dominated by men. But there’s a trend toward more women taking an active role, either by choice, or because of inheritance. Click here to read a recent NPR story about women ‘taking over the farm.’
Help us keep the Hill Country country by giving the gift of conservation this season! You can make a donation in someone’s name, purchase HCC or EPIC memberships as gifts, make a memorial donation, or check out the new items in our store!
HCC has inked a deal with Taylor-Morrison Homes that will provide up to $100,000 in revenue! Homebuyers in the new Reunion Ranch community near Dripping Springs will contribute $100 to HCC at closing, and Taylor-Morrison will contribute an equal amount.
Land conservation projects are expensive, and we may not have a huge budget, but we’re efficient and we’re effective. Please consider a tax-deductible gift today to help Hill Country Conservancy protect open space and the Edwards Aquifer!
|3M||Endeavor Real Estate Group|
|AMD||Heritage Title Company|
|Bosse & Associates, Inc.||The Real Estate Council of Austin, Inc.|
|Bury + Partners||The Salt Lick|
|Datran Media||Stratus Properties|
|EarthShare of Texas||H-E-B|
|The City of Austin||The National Fish & Wildlife Foundation|
|The City of Sunset Valley||The Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce||The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department|
|Hays County||Travis County|
|LCRA||The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service|
|Bob Hachtel||Michaela Hachtel|
|John Hart Asher||Texas Conservation Connection|
|Susan Hinton||Jason Hawn|
|Vicki Love||Caroline Clarkson Jones|
|Abbey Cunningham||Kyle Johnson|
|Fred Crawford||Donny Shanks|
|David Royal||Jeremy Henson|
|Michael Horvath||Evening Galvin|
|Kyle Johnson||Andy Smith|
|Susan Lefler||Annelies Lottmann|
|Michele Seghers||Julia Clark|
|John Adams||Martha Morgan|
|Dan McCarron||Julie Hatcher|
|Keith Williams||Nicole Stallings|
|Caimee Schoenbaechler||Bobio Johnson|
|Susan Yates||Elizabeth Baloutine|
|Rhyne Simon||Christine Polito|
|Andy Smith||Melissa Hajjar|
|Rob Parsons||Cavan Merski|
|Arturo Castellanos||Bronwyn Blake|
|Matt Lara||Kate Francis|
|Adam Vehik||Dave Connell|
|Deep Nasta||Ken Gray|
|Robyn Ross||Gideon Derr|
|Glenda Flanagan||Grant Gottesman|
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