These organizations provide the foundation on which Hill Country Conservancy is built and are representative of the best of the environmental and business communities in Austin. Each organization recognizes the importance of conserving land to preserve our quality of life, natural resources, rural heritage and economy.
- Datran Media
- Earth Share of Texas
- Endeavor Real Estate Group
- Green Mountain Energy
- Heritage Title Company
- Hicks & Company
- The Real Estate Council of Austin, Inc. (RECA)
- The Salt Lick
- Stratus Properties
- Taylor Morrison
- The City of Austin
- The City of Sunset Valley
- The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce
- Hays County
- Lower Colorado River Authority
- The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
- The Natural Resources Conservation Service
- Texas Land Trust Council
- The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
- Travis County
- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Hill Country Conservancy extends its grateful thanks to the following firms for their generous contributions of pro bono legal work:
Conservation Transfer Fee Partners
These organizations contribute to Hill Country Conservancy at each home closing to support our land conservation projects throughout the Hill Country.
*Native Green Builders will contribute $500 to HCC at each custom home closing to support Hill Country Conservancy’s land conservation projects through this collaboration.
Hays Reunion Ranch, LLP/ Norwood Investments
*Hays Reunion Ranch, LLP will contribute $100 to HCC at closing and first time homebuyers in Reunion Ranch will match the donation, resulting in a $200 contribution to HCC for every home sold.
*Taylor Morrison will contribute $100 to HCC at closing and first time homebuyers in Reunion Ranch will match the donation, resulting in a $200 contribution to HCC for every home sold. In total, Taylor Morrison hopes to make a $100,000 total contribution to support Hill Country Conservancy’s land conservation projects through this collaboration.