Hill Country Headwaters
Are you a conservation-minded rancher, farmer or wildlife enthusiast looking to enhance the water, soils or wildlife on your land? If so, you are in the right place. Hill Country Conservancy and its partners are now offering land stewardship financial assistance, as part of the Hill Country Headwaters Conservation Initiative (HCHCI), to subsidize important land stewardship projects and the purchase of conservation easements.
What is your why? Spend time outdoors in the Hill Country, take a walk on the Violet Crown Trail, and take a picture of "why" the Hill Country matters to you. Then, post the photo on our Facebook page using the hashtag #FindYourWhy.
Watch this short video to see our "why."
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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.
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.
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.