Support for Hill Country Conservancy is Good Business

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HILL COUNTRY NIGHTS RAISED OVER $450,000!

Hill Country Nights was a smashing success!  Raising over $450,000 for the preservation of natural resources and access to outdoors, our supporters really stepped up!  And it was SO MUCH FUN! Thank you to everyone who joined us.  Congratulations to all of you who won one of the amazing live and silent auction packages – and a special shout out to those of you who walked home with a coveted Chicken Sh*t Bingo trophy!  We can’t wait to party again with you next year!

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CARING FOR YOUR LAND- A WORKSHOP FOR LANDOWNERS

Private landowners ensure the health and productivity of the Hill Country’s land, water, and wildlife, often without recognition or reward. The Hill Country Headwaters Conservation Initiative (HCHCI) is an innovative program made up of numerous partners, which provides financial and educational resources to private landowners seeking to leave their land better than they found it. This workshop will detail tools and financial incentives to help you care for your land, now and forever. We will offer two workshops, Oct. 4 in Blanco and Oct. 18 in Llano.

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JOIN WELLSPRING TO KEEP OUR NATURAL RESOURCES HERE FOREVER

Wellspring is a special club of monthly donors who, like you, are committed to preserving our vital natural resources forever.Join Wellspring to become a ground source of funding for conservation in Central Texas.

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Violet Crown Trail

The Violet Crown Trail began as a vision in 1999 to create the first regional trail system in Central Texas. After years of strategic land acquisition and planning, the trail stretches from Zilker Park to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Phase 2 will take the trail into Hays County, making the eventual 30 mile trail the longest trail of its kind in Central Texas.

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Join EPIC

Emerging Professionals in Conservation (EPIC) is an outdoors club dedicated to exploring and preserving the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Activities include camping trips, nature hikes, kayaking, ranch tours, educational happy hours with inspiring speakers, Violet Crown Trail cleanups, and more. Membership dues go to support Hill Country Conservancy’s projects.