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Going, Going, Gone: Impacts of Loss of Rural Land on Water, Wildlife and Agriculture October 21, 2014 Victoria Victoria Country Club 14 Spring Creek Road Victoria, TX 77904 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Lunch Provided Cost: $40 2.0 hours of CLE...

TALT Op-Ed On State Easement Program

By Blair Fitzsimons, CEO On June 25th, the House Natural Resources Committee will hear testimony on the Texas Farm & Ranch Lands Conservation Program (TFRLCP) and its role in conserving water resources. Created by the Legislature in 2005 and housed...

TALT CEO testifies for House Committee

TALT’s CEO Blair Fitzsimons was invited to testify in front of the Texas House Natural Resources Committee on June 25, 2014. The committee was given an interim charge to evaluate different water strategies to address our state’s water problems. Blair...

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Texas is losing her rural lands faster than any other state. Click to read the facts on land loss and fragmentation going on in your area of the state.

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Texas is losing agricultural land faster than any other state in the nation. The size of Texas disguises the urgency of the problem because it seems like we’ve got a lot of land. But if this trend continues, we could wake up one day and see that it has gone too far. What will we do then?
Jim Bill Anderson, Anderson Ranch
The woman who was the ranch’s second owner had witnessed the impact of oil and gas development on the land of her childhood and she never forgot the changes that development brought. It was her wish that this ranch would stay the way it was – and we wanted the same thing. We enacted the conservation easement to keep it as open space forever.
Mike Hughes, Prairie Dog River Ranch

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