Program Areas

Conservation Legacy

The Conservation Legacy lineup of programs empower and educate Texans with knowledge of fundamental, science-based ecological principles, foster a connection to the land, and facilitate natural resource literacy by creating tangible relationships with the outdoors. The programs involved serve as a catalyst for conservation partnerships and active habitat management. TWA’s Conservation Legacy programs immerse both youth and adults in the marvels of natural Texas from the classroom to the pasture, using land as the guide.

Adult Education
Youth Education
Educator and Volunteer Resources

Conservation Legacy's Educational Programs Flyer

L.A.N.D.S. Volunteer Training

L.A.N.D.S. Volunteer Training

Conservation Legacy

Are you interested in becoming a L.A.N.D.S. Intensive volunteer? Without dedicated and knowledgeable individuals like yourself TWA would not be able to achieve the amazing impact we have on young Texans and in our great state.


Land Manager Field Days, Workshops, and Symposia

Land Manager Field Days, Workshops, and Symposia

Conservation Legacy

Information for Texas landowners and managers about current natural resource issues and land stewardship.


Wildlife for Lunch Webinars

Wildlife for Lunch Webinars

Conservation Legacy

TWA and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension host a monthly webinar on wildlife and land management topics.


Wildlife Ambassador Training

Wildlife Ambassador Training

Conservation Legacy

Intensive hands-on training programs offered by TWA


Conservation Initiatives

Conservation Initiatives

Conservation Legacy

TWA partners with other organizations, agencies, and land managers to provide support, coordination, and outreach related to implementation of various conservation projects across the state.


Critter Connections Magazine

Critter Connections Magazine

Conservation Legacy

TWA’s Critter Connections is an educational, interactive, newsletter targeted for youth ages 13 and younger.


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