To date, through partnerships with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the City of Austin, the Houston Endowment and LCRA, the Storm family and Hill Country Conservancy have protected over 3,500 acres of Storm Ranch.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) recently awarded Hays County a $100,000 Texas Recreational Trails Fund grant for public access trails on the 384-acre Howe pasture at Dahlstrom Ranch.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS…September 18th – 26th kicks off the FIRST EarthShare of Texas Week! Check out the schedule of volunteer events!
After 21/2 years of hard work, HCC has acquired a conservation easement on the historic Dahlstrom Ranch!
Details about the removal of Barton Springs Pool’s gravel bar.
Andrea proudly accepted the Austin Chamber of Commerce “Take On Traffic” award at the Greater Austin Business Awards last week. The award recognizes HCC’s effort to help with Austin’s traffic problem by using alternate transportation methods to get to and from work…
The Hill Country Conservancy, in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), recently purchased a conservation easement on the Ragland Ranch near Buda.
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HCC is proud to announce that Guster is coming to Stubbs for Earth Day 2009. Proceeds generated from the Earth Day concert will benefit Hill Country Conservancy!