We have invested more than $235 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.
Give Back to the Parks You Love!
We are commemorating 100 years of Texas State Parks by raising $2 million to fund much-needed projects at all state parks to complement existing offerings and help our parks thrive for the next 100 years.
And, we’re proud to partner with a group of Centennial Champions, including the Fondren Foundation, The John M. O’Quinn Foundation and the Elkins Foundation, who love our Texas State Parks as much as we do by matching every dollar raised, doubling the impact of your gift for our state parks.
Join us and give back to the park closest to your home or heart today!
Conserving Texas’ Wild Things and Wild Places
Since 1991, we have invested more than $235 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.
TPWF is ensuring the future of our iconic wildlife and the habitat it relies on by investing in transformational, science-based conservation projects.
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.
Keeping Texans involved in the outdoors and informed and impassioned for the state’s resources will keep our conservation legacy alive.
Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Needs Your Help
TPWF is raising funds to bring Palo Pinto Mountains State Park to life and open the first new state park in North Texas in 25 years. Learn how you can support this new state park and ensure it becomes a first-class outdoor destination for all Texans to enjoy.
“There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy, and its charm.”
Enjoy, explore and be inspired.
Keep up with the latest efforts to conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas.