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Natural Awakenings Dallas -Fort Worth Metroplex Edition


2022 Conservation Wranglers Projects Chosen

Conservation nonprofit Texan by Nature has chosen its 2022 Conservation Wranglers, recognizing the best Texan-led conservation projects in the state that are science-based and demonstrate a positive return on conservation for people, prosperity and natural resources. The group will provide 12 to 18 months of tailored support in program management, strategic planning, marketing strategy, metrics capture and analysis, professional content production and partnership development to accelerate the projects. Texan by Nature will recognize the 2022 Conservation Wranglers at their annual Conservation Summit on November 2, at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, in Dallas.

This years projects include Bringing Baffin Back - Harte Research Institute & Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program; Hives for Heroes, a military veteran nonprofit organization promoting honey bee conservation and a healthy transition from service; Texas Partnership for Forests and Water - Texas A&M Forest Service; and Texas Runs on Water - Texas Water Foundation.

Last year’s 2021 Conservation Wranglers included Audubon Texas, Center for Conservation and Research at San Antonio Zoo, and Texas Longleaf Team.

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