Don't Mess with Texas (DMWT)|
Anti-highway litter campaign organized by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Order DMWT stuff, read the latest headlines about the program, view or listen to
campaign advertisements, and get more details about DMWT programs and
Earth Share of Texas|
An organization of local, state, national, and international nonprofit
environmental groups participating in workplace giving programs.
Keep Texas Beautiful|
A grassroots organization that coordinates many litter prevention and
beautification activities statewide.
Texas Beyond History|
An illustrated popular guide to archeological sites across the state from Texas
Archeological Research Laboratory and Texas Archeological Society. Includes
timeline, map tool, glossary, kids' section.
Search in Category: Science: Social Sciences: Archaeology: Regional: North America: United States: Texas
- published: Oct 01 2008
Texas Campaign for the Environment|
Dedicated to informing and mobilizing Texans to protect the quality of their lives,
health and the environment.
Texas Environmental Center|
A non-profit organization that produces Web and CD-ROM-based environmental
Texas Solar Energy Society|
Educational organization. Contains some information about solar electric. Has a
K-12 renewables education area.
Search in Category: Science: Technology: Energy: Renewable: Solar: Solar Electric
TEXNAT - Texas Natural Resource Server|
Information database for natural resource management of Texas rangelands. Features
research and extension publications, management tips, common range plants, special
educational programs, and symposium proceedings.
Texas Speleological Survey TSS Cave Records Publications National Speleological ...|
The Texas Speleological Survey (TSS) is a non-profit corporation established in
1961 to collect, organize, and maintain information on Texas caves and karst. We
make that information generally available for scientific, educational, and
Search in Category: Recreation: Outdoors: Caving: Organizations: North America: United States: Texas
Search in Category: Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities: North America: United States: Texas: University of Texas: Austin
Search in Category: Regional: North America: United States: Texas: Society and Culture: History
- modified: Dec 09 2009
Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Texas Office|
Works to conserve soil and water resources on private lands. Includes staff
directory, references on Texas soil and water, details of programs, and education
Texas Archeological Society|
An educational, non-profit organization that believes in archeological resource
Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board|
Offers technical assistance to the state's soil and water conservation districts.
Includes staff contacts, calendar of events, employment, contact information,
programs, and reports.
Blackland Research and Extension Center|
Descriptions of programs in water quality, health data mapping, agronomy, and
agricultural economics. Also includes staff directory and related links.
Chisholm Trail Resource Conservation and Development|
Promotes conservation and rural economic development. Includes information about
mission and goals, calendar, grants, and sponsors.
- published: Feb 01 1993
Drive Clean Across Texas|
Statewide public outreach and public education campaign designed to improve air
quality. Offers air quality facts and educational materials.
Citizens pollution complaint action page. Includes search complaint database, and
area to file a complaint with the Texas Environmental Agency.
Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society|
Details activities, events, committee's, officers, and conservation camp.
Texas Farmers Union|
Works to improve the quality of life for rural people through legislation,
cooperation, and education. Provides information about insurance, community
development, and charitable programs, with news and legislative updates.
Texas Recycler Market News|
Newsletter from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission with information
about markets for recovered materials.
Search in Category: Business: Environment: Waste Management: Recycling: Polymers: Resources
Search in Category: Science: Environment: Pollution Prevention and Recycling: Recycling Information
SmartScape uses native and adapted plants and trees to create landscapes that
need less water, pesticides, and fertilizer to thrive in the North Central
Texas climate. SmartScape utilizes xeriscape principles, but goes beyond
the basics by providing design, care and plant search tools that are
“Smart” for North Central Texas.