PARTNERS & FUNDERS
The Texas Living Waters Project is a collaboration of conservation groups working to transform the way we manage water so there will be enough for our wildlife, our economy and our kids. Forever.
A founding member of the Texas Living Waters Project, National Wildlife Federation is the United States’ largest private, nonprofit conservation organization. NWF has worked on Texas water and coastal issues for over two decades
The newest member of the Texas Living Waters Project, The Nature Conservancy in Texas has protected land and water in the state since 1964. To date, we’ve conserved nearly one million acres of land and more than 200 miles of rivers and streams.
A founding member of the Texas Living Waters Project, the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club is the oldest grassroots environmental organization in Texas.
The mission of the Hill Country Alliance is to bring together a diverse coalition of partners to preserve the open spaces, starry night skies, clean and abundant waters, and unique character of the Texas Hill Country.
A longtime member of the Texas Living Waters Project, Galveston Bay Foundation is a conservation nonprofit that has served as guardian of Galveston Bay since 1987. Our mission is to preserve and enhance Galveston Bay as a healthy and productive place for generations to come.
We are grateful for the continued support and engagement from the following organizations:
- The Meadows Foundation
- The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation
- The Jacob and Terese Hershey Foundation
- The Trull Foundation
- Shield-Ayres Foundation
- The Burdine Johnson Foundation
- Pisces Foundation
- Coypu Foundation
- The Rachael and Ben Vaughan Foundation
- Lyda Hill Foundation
- Texas Wellspring Fund
- Mr. Perry Lorenz
- Meanwhile Brewing
*We are also thankful for additional funders not listed above