Texas Has a PLAN!

So that all Texans may come to value Texas’ natural resources, know the principles of natural resources stewardship and live sustainably, educators came together from across the state to create a plan that would provide a framework for ongoing statewide efforts that foster natural resource/environmental literacy as a cornerstone of education, recreation and life-long learning.

The core of who we are as Texans lies in the sustenance, history and culture built around our natural world. The future of Texas’ natural and cultural resources depends on every one of us having a sense of place and our role in that place.

The Texas Natural Resource/Environmental Literacy Plan serves as a framework to coordinate statewide efforts of formal and informal educators to provide lifelong opportunities for all Texans, regardless of age, culture, and circumstances, to become stewards of our natural resources.

NR/ELP Endorsers

  • Audubon Texas: Trinity River Audubon Center
  • GLOBE
  • Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
  • Bayou Preservation Association in Harris County.
  • Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program
  • The Energy Corridor District in Houston Texas
  • For the Love of Nature, a wildlife outreach & education non-profit
  • Gulf of Mexico Foundation
  • Hill Country Alliance
  • Llano River Field Station Texas Tech University @ Junction
  • NWF
  • San Antonio River Authority
  • San Antonio Water System
  • The Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark – Museum of Texas Tech University
  • San Antonio River Authority
  • San Antonio Zoo
  • Science Teacher Association of Texas
  • Sea World
  • South Llano Watershed Alliance
  • Taking Care of Texas
  • Texas A&M Forest Service
  • Texas Botanical Gardens & Native American Interpretive Center
  • Texas Brigades
  • Texas Outdoor Educators Association
  • Texas Tech University Llano River Field Station
  • Texas Association for Environmental Education
  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
  • Texas Wildlife Association
  • Wimberley Valley Watershed Association

To add your organization to this list, please email info@taee.org. Thank you!