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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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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Coming to Fort Worth for TSCRA? Want to bring the kids but know they will be bored at meetings? Here’s a fun activity for kids ages 11-15 during TSCRA! They will spend a day exploring all things Range! ... See MoreSee Less

Coming to Fort Worth for TSCRA?  Want to bring the kids but know they will be bored at meetings?  Here’s a fun activity for kids ages 11-15 during TSCRA! They will spend a day exploring all things Range!

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Texas Grazing Land Coalition

This is an amazing opportunity! Check it out!Don’t hesitate! Sign up today! Link is on the flyer! ... See MoreSee Less

This is an amazing opportunity!  Check it out!

 

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Texas Grazing Land Coalition

We've got five things you should know about the Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo:

1. It pays to sign up early. 📆 Attendees can save $100 on our best value, full registration, by registering by Feb. 21. Standard prices go into effect on Feb. 22 and continue through March 20. After that, attendees will pay the on-site price. These deadlines apply to all day passes, too.

2. You will make your hotel reservation during the registration process on cattleraisersconvention.com. You’ll have the choice of our four host hotels, but some will book faster than others. This is another great reason to register early — you’ll get your pick of rooms. 🛎 The cut off for booking a room in our discounted block is Feb. 21.

3. Looking for answers to your ranching questions? We’ve got them! This year’s School for Successful Ranching features 30 hours of continuing education from the industry’s most-sought-after speakers. 🎤

4. There are fun options for kids, too! From the Youth 🎨 Contests to Cow Camp (ages 5 to 10) to the Youth Range Workshops (ages 11 to 15), this is a family-friendly event.

5. This year’s schedule has been condensed. You’ll get out of Fort Worth a few hours earlier on Sunday. ⌚️ This is one of the many improvements we’ve made for 2020 based on feedback from our members.

For more info and to register go to ➡️ cattleraisersconvention.com
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