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Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

In the heart of Texas, the population of 18 Hill Country counties is growing exponentially, resulting in increased demands on nearby rivers. Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (TPWF), the official nonprofit partner of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), is raising funds to ensure the long-term health of these critical water sources.

Funds raised by TPWF are supporting the work of TPWD and its partners to facilitate improvements along the rivers to reduce erosion, improve water quality, restore and preserve native plant communities, and support healthy in-stream habitats for fish and other aquatic resources in the Blanco, Pedernales, Devils and Llano River watersheds. Since the effort began, biologists have worked to restore over 8,500 acres of habitat and improve management of over 100,000 acres of ranch land.

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