Conserving Our Wild Things and Wild Places for 30 Years

We have invested more than $250 million to advance conservation in Texas. See our success stories and learn how you can help transform Texas for the better with a gift today.

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Thank You for Giving Back to the Parks You Love!

TPWF is actively bringing to life much-needed projects at ALL Texas State Parks, including: creating a Braille Trail for visually impaired visitors at Caddo Lake State Park, adding a portable planetarium to make the night sky come alive at Resaca de la Palma State Park, installing portable blinds for unmatched wildlife viewing at Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area, and many more projects aimed at improving accessibility, amenities, and awe.

A special thank you to our Centennial Champions, who led the charge with a $1 million match: Fondren Foundation, The James A. “Buddy” Davidson Charitable Foundation, The John M. O’Quinn Foundation, The J.W. Couch Foundation, and The Elkins Foundation. And, to the many philanthropic organizations, corporations, and countless Texans who helped us meet that match

Here’s to another century of wonder among Texas’ wild things and wild places!

Conserving Texas’ Wild Things and Wild Places

Since 1991, we have invested more than $250 million to conserve our state’s wildlife, habitat and natural resources. See the impact we are making and learn how you can help transform Texas, both now and for future generations.


From once-in-a-generation acquisitions to smaller land holdings in strategic locations, TPWF is conserving the wild places that define us as Texans.

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TPWF is ensuring the future of our iconic wildlife and the habitat it relies on by investing in transformational, science-based conservation projects.

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Texas Game Wardens have a longstanding legacy of excellence, and TPWF supports projects that ensure our game wardens can provide the highest level of service for the people of Texas.

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Keeping Texans involved in the outdoors and informed and impassioned for the state’s resources will keep our conservation legacy alive.

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Central Texas Family Receives Early Holiday Gift Courtesy of Toyota

The Palacios family of Buda is always up for a visit to a Texas State Park. They have spent countless weekends making memories in state parks in Central Texas and beyond. A recent visit to McKinney Falls State Park in Austin will no doubt be remembered as their best state park visit ever—that’s where they picked up the keys to a brand-new Toyota Tundra. Learn more about our winner of the Toyota Tundra Sweepstakes!

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“There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy, and its charm.”

Theodore Roosevelt

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