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Hill Country Conservancy seeks energetic, passionate, young (or young at heart) professionals to take extreme trail hikes, explore nature, and celebrate conservation! How does one do this, you ask? Join us for EPIC’s 6th Anniversary Party at Mean Eyed Cat and we’ll tell you!
Just in! Tiny conservationists love our new “Hill Country Native” onesie! This 100% combed cotton onesie is a great way to show your little one’s Hill Country pride!
Open Space is worth a great deal to our thriving community. Read inspiring stories about what conservation is worth to Mayor Lee Leffingwell, Hill Abel and Laura Agnew, Mayor Rose Cardona, Laurie Loew, and other members of our community, or tell your story here!
Tell us what open space and conservation mean to YOU and if we pick your story to highlight on the website, we’ll send you a super special gift!
Have you heard about the beautiful piece by Cherish Austin that benefits Hill Country Conservancy! Sold exclusively at By George, this will make a GREAT holiday gift! Read more about it here.
The Office of Sustainability has partnered with local event organizers – Austin City Limits Music Festival, Circuit of The Americas LLC, and ACL Live at the Moody Theater – to create the Positive Impact on Climate and Community (PICC) program. Funds raised voluntarily through the Austin City Limits Music Festival will benefit the PICC program, with 50% of the dollars raised supporting Hill Country Conservancy’s Violet Crown Trail Project!
HCC and HT Staffing invite you to join us on October 23rd at the Rattle Inn for drinks, good company, and an introduction to the Violet Crown Trail and important conservation initiatives in Central Texas!
The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. HCC is pleased to announce it is applying for accreditation. A public comment period is now open – please click here for information about how to participate!
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