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TXGLC provides educational opportunities for many groups, including wildlife and livestock organizations and schools. We collaborate and cooperate with our partners to provide meaningful information to land stewards and others. Grazing lands include rangeland and pasture land and make up more than 100 million acres, 65% of Texas!
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Private grazing lands
make up nearly


of the land area in Texas.

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Texas Grazing Land Coalition is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. TXGLC supports sound grazing land stewardship and assists owners and managers of private grazing lands. We actively seek grants to help us educate land owners, explore and publicize meaningful issues/topics for land stewards. Join our efforts! Send contributions to TXGLC, Box 146, Victoria, TX 77902! Interested in a particular area: specify your contribution to go to our youth or adult education, state wide grazing land information programs or your regional Grazing Land Coalition. Saddle up and ride with us today!
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6 days ago

Texas Grazing Land Coalition

In our upcoming landowner workshop, Saving Working Lands: Preparing Landowners for Energy Development, Joseph Fitzsimons will be presenting on Mitigating the Impacts of Energy Development on Ranching and Wildlife Lands.

Joseph Fitzsimons is a natural resources, oil and gas, and water law attorney and a third-generation South Texas rancher. He has served as Vice President of the Texas Wildlife Association and as a Director of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. He is also a former Chairman of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

This presentation will focus on recommended techniques for minimizing the impact of energy development activities on the land, wildlife and the landowner’s ranching operations, including eventual restoration and remediation practices. Emphasis will be placed upon increasing landowner control of the situation before problems arise, in addition to best practices for enforcing contracts once they are in place.

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