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Dripping Springs Vodka donates through Wildlife Series

        We are thrilled to be a part of Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin‘s Wildlife Series! Look for the Mockingbird label with an HCC sticker this Labor Day. “The ‘Mockingbird’ Series, by artist Jennifer Hacker of Houston, is featured on 10,000 limited edition 750ml wildlife series bottles…A portion of The Mockingbird Series bottles will also include a …

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Introducing the Brand Ambassador Program & our first partner!

        HCC is thrilled to announce a new Brand Ambassador program and our first partner, Preserve Auto Spa. Hill Country Conservancy is working to strategically build, support, and activate an alliance of businesses that are financially committed to our core mission, want to distinguish themselves as community minded organizations, and increase the value of their brand through …

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HCC chosen as Impact Austin finalist

        We are beyond thrilled to announce that we have been chosen as a finalist for this year’s Impact Austin Community Partners grant in the Environment category! Each year Impact Austin chooses worthy local causes within four focus areas, culture, education environment, and family, to award high-impact grants. Proposals are submitted in the fall, evaluated by Impact …

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HCC Wins Round Rock Community Reinvestment Grant

We are excited to announce that we are in the running for the SouthStar Bank’s Community Reinvestment Grant! The winner of the grant is decided on by a vote. Vote for us so we can use the money to keep expanding the Violet Crown Trail!

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Give 5% to Mother Earth Day

    As an organization working to protect our Central Texas environment, ‪#‎EarthDay‬ is a holiday that is near and dear to our heart. On Friday, April 22 we are excited to be a part of Give 5% to Mother Earth Day campaign. Austin Give 5 is an annual Earth Day campaign where Austin businesses pledge to donate 5% of …

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Donate to win!

        *The raffle is now closed.* In addition to helping us preserve lands that ensure water quantity and quality for our citizens and helping us build the 30-mile Violet Crown Trail, your donation this Earth Week could win you a sweet Earth Day raffle package! For every $25 you donate to HCC between now and Friday (4/22) …

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Earth Day LIVE!

Join Hill Country Conservancy and Sun Radio as we celebrate Earth Day underneath the oak trees at Guero’s. We’ll have some of the best Americana bands from around Austin coming together for an incredible evening of music, margaritas, and merriment.

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Capital Campaign hits $10 million

A huge milestone for our comprehensive capital campaign – we have hit $10 million! This has been our most ambitious fundraising campaign to date, and we could not be more thankful for those who have gotten us this far.

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Hill Country Conservancy expanding into six-county area

HCC has officially announced that it has expanded its focus area to include six counties within the greater Texas Hill Country region. The newly expanded area includes Travis, Hays, Llano, Blanco, Burnet and San Saba counties, an area selected in order to ensure an even greater conservation impact in future years.

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Conservation more important than ever

Within the last five years, 88% of Texas experienced an exceptional drought. The drought of 2010-2015 was the second worst in the history of our state, and although we received relief in the spring, we are learning that we can’t rely on regular rainfall. Worse yet, scientists have warned us that frequent droughts may become a permanent part of our lives. Nothing is more important for our lives – and livelihoods – than having clean water to drink.