Lone Star Trails: Supporting the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

Lone Star Trails: Supporting the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation - EarthRoast Coffee

Hey y'all,

It took me a little while to decide what to cover next in our blog. There's so much out there that needs to be explored and discussed! I decided for now I would focus on the nonprofits we are partnering with and what they do, that way, you know exactly what you are supporting when you buy our delicious coffee.

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (TPWF) is the official nonprofit partner of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), and they have been supporting conservation projects across the state for 30 years. They have invested more than $235 million to conserve our state's wildlife, habitat and natural resources.



Some of the biggest things they are doing to help Texas wildlife are:

- Conserving our wild places by acquiring land for new state parks, such as Palo Pinto Mountains State Park, which will be the first new state park in North Texas in 25 years .

- Protecting our iconic wildlife by funding science-based conservation projects, such as restoring pronghorn populations in West Texas and monitoring black bears in East Texas.

- Supporting our Texas Game Wardens by providing them with equipment, training and technology to ensure they can provide the highest level of service for the people of Texas.

- Engaging Texans in the outdoors by creating opportunities for people to enjoy nature and learn about our state's resources, such as the Gear Up for Game Wardens program and the Stewards of the Wild chapters.

These are just some of the reasons why we support TPWF and donate $1.50 to them for every bag of our Lone Star Trails Blend. We believe that by giving back to TPWF, we are helping to preserve the wild things and wild places that make Texas so special and beautiful. If you want to learn more about TPWF and how you can get involved, visit their website at . And don't forget to try our Lone Star Trails Blend, a delicious coffee that helps Keep Texas Wild!

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