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Keeping Texas Big,
Wide and Open
Created by landowners for landowners, TALT's mission is to protect private working lands, thus conserving Texas’ heritage of wide open spaces.

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Job Opening–Stewardship Manager PDF Print E-mail


The Stewardship Manager’s role is to help TALT slow the loss of agricultural lands and wildlife habitats by ensuring sound projects, and by promoting conservation and stewardship of Texas’ privately-owned lands. The Stewardship Manager oversees TALT’s stewardship and monitoring activities, and helps to promote private lands conservation in Texas by cultivating a robust network of resource professionals who work directly with landowners. Together with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Stewardship Manager functions as primary “on-the-ground” liaison between TALT’s Land Transactions Department and landowners. The Stewardship Manager also helps to identify programs and sources of funding for TALT’s conservation efforts, and works with the CEO and other TALT staff to implement relevant portions of TALT’s annual outreach plan.

About TALT: TALT strives to conserve the Texas heritage of agricultural lands and the many benefits – such as food, fiber, open space and drinking water -- that those lands provide for ALL Texans. To accomplish this, TALT seeks to partner with conservation-minded landowners to protect their properties. TALT has immense respect for landowners who willingly place perpetual restrictions on their properties, and seeks to foster a culture of trust and partnership that endures from generation to generation. The Stewardship Manager plays a key role in developing these partnerships.

Requirements: To be considered, a candidate must have experience in managing an agricultural or hunting operation, or in a related field. Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential. TALT will give preference to candidates with a background in real estate; oil and gas; and GIS.

Qualified candidates may send a resume to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) Earns National Recognition E-mail
Wednesday, 24 April 2013 15:03

Accreditation Awarded by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission

ltacsealSan Antonio, Texas – The Texas Agricultural Land Trust ( has achieved accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance.

“The accreditation process gave TALT a lens to examine our internal operations and to make sure we were holding ourselves to the highest standards of professionalism, process, and transparency.  It was rigorous, but it should be.  We’re in the business of trust, and the seal of accreditation is key to earning that trust,” says Executive Director Blair Fitzsimons.

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