About Texas Grazing Land Coalition

The Texas Grazing Land Coalition (TXGLC) officially organized in 1994 with forty organizations supporting the goals and mission of TXGLC. These charter members are commonly referred to as the “Founding Forty”.  The TXGLC is a member of the National Grazing Lands Coaltion (Nat GLC).  TXGLC works with many partnerships sharing this mission.

TXGLC is organized to support sound grazing land stewardship and assist owners and managers of private grazing lands.  Expert technical assistance is available to implement, on a voluntary basis, technologies for conservation management of the private grazing lands and other natural renewable resources of Texas.  Texas is a very ecologically diverse state, with precipitation zones ranging from 50 inches/year in east Texas to less than 10 inches/year in west Texas.  Grazing land includes rangeland and pasture land, which totals over 110 million acres, nearly 65% of Texas.  What happens on that land impacts all Texans!

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.  Call or email for more information!  Follow us on facebook!


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About Us

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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Useful Resources

Links to valuable info on grazing lands. Videos, publications, websites of interest to grazing land stewards.
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Events & Activities

Calendar and information on upcoming events!
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Find our regional coalitions, grazing specialists, officers and board members in your area!
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1 day ago

Texas Grazing Land Coalition

Coastal Prairie GLC is really going all our in their inaugural intern program!

#ArtOfGrazingThank you Daniel flying service for hosting a field day for the interns! The day was packed full of lots of information and great discussions! Brett Huegele spoke about brush application and planning in south Texas. They also heard from Andy Biery and Mike Shell about flight planning and aerial chemical distribution! Thank you to everyone involved!
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Coastal Prairie GLC is really going all our in their inaugural intern program! 

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4 days ago

Texas Grazing Land Coalition

Great range conditions lead to all kinds of good things! Bobwhite habitat being one of them! These hens are in Navarro County.

#ArtOfGrazingHere are a couple of photos of paired male and female bobwhites captured at 2 separate camera stations recently. Hopefully, these females have clutches currently being incubated by their first mate and are getting ready to lay their second clutch with new mates. With the excellent range conditions resulting from the abundant rainfall this spring, double nesting is certainly a good possibility.

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Great range conditions lead to all kinds of good things!   Bobwhite habitat being one of them!  These hens are in Navarro County.  

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1 week ago

Texas Grazing Land Coalition

Coastal Prairie GLC is piloting an intern program this summer! Looks like it is going well!

#ArtOfGrazing
#GrazeTexas
#AmazingGrazingThe 2019 GLC interns has a successful field day at Sarco Creak Ranch! They were able to partake in Range Land Identification lead by Clifford Carter and Stephan Diess along with a quail count and wild life discussion lead by Kirk Feuerbacher. Thank you to all involved!
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Coastal Prairie GLC is piloting an intern program this summer!  Looks like it is going well!

#ArtOfGrazing
#GrazeTexas
#AmazingGrazing
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