Land Use, Agriculture,
Alamo Resource Conservation & Development Area Inc. (Alamo RC&D)
Senior Assistance Programs
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Farm and Ranch Concerns
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Bandera Canyonlands Alliance
P.O. Box 164 Vanderpool, TX 78885
The Bandera Canyonlands Alliance (BCA) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to support landowners working together to share resources, knowledge, and experiences for the benefit of the land, water, native plants & animals, and the rural way of life in the Bandera Canyonlands.
Bandera Corridor Conservation Bank (BCCB)
5909 West Loop South, Suite 200 Bellaire, TX 77401
As a cooperative between private landowners and conservation-minded investors. We currently have over 4,700 acres of privately owned land enrolled in BCCB and spanning more the 13 miles tip to tip. With a goal of enrolling 10,000 acres of suitable habitat within the bank, BCCB welcomes inquiries from Bandera and Real County landowners interested in our landowner-friendly conservation program.
Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District
440 FM3240, Bandera, TX 78003
The Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. The District is both a River Authority and Groundwater District operating under Chapters 36, 49, and 51 of the State Water Codes. The District is located within the boundaries of Bandera County and within the Groundwater Management Area 9.
Bandera Soil & Water Conservation
701 Houston St, Bandera, TX 78003
(830) 796-3334 ext. 4002
The Bandera Soil & Water Conservation District is here to educate and support local landowners in Bandera County on conservation techniques for their land.
We strive to better each cooperator that asks for assistance.
Hill Country Alliance
1322 US-290 suite D, Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Phone: (512) 894-2214
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.
Hill Country Resource Center
1167 FM 3240 Bandera, TX 78003
The Medina River Protection Fund
The Medina River Protection Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity. The Fund was setup by the Lake Medina Conservation Society (LAMCOS) and friends of the river to provide ongoing support for the annual river cleanup, which is necessary to conserve this valuable natural resource.