Texas Land Conservancy would like to welcome Boggy Slough Conservation Area into our protected property portfolio! Boggy Slough consists of more than 19,000 acres along 17 miles of the Neches River. With its addition, TLC now protects approximately 52 miles of the Neches River, or 12.5% of its total length!
We want to say a big thank you to the T.L.L. Temple Foundation for protecting this vital habitat forever. Through a collaborative effort with The Conservation Fund back in 2015, the foundation put in place a conservation easement that was officially transferred to Texas Land Conservancy on December 19, 2019.
TLC Stewardship staff will now be responsible for monitoring Boggy Slough and will work alongside the foundation and its staff to ensure its abundant wildlife habitats, clean flowing waters, and scenic beauty continue to thrive.
These partnerships are essential to expanding conservation efforts in Texas. We are so grateful to have been a part of this process and look forward to preserving this spectacular landscape for generations to come.
Boggy Slough falls within the Neches River watershed, which is one of TLC’s priority conservation areas. Keeping this large property undeveloped will ensure the water quality and quantity of East Texas’ last wild river and continue to provide recreational opportunities along its length. (Map by Stephen Ramirez)
At CCCA, we believe that the work to preserve natural habitats and healthy natural systems in our county is an effort that is benefitted by the representation and participation of all segments of our community, embracing the rich diversity of talent, perspectives, experiences, and needs found throughout our county. Diversity includes people of different ages, races and ethnicities, abilities and disabilities, genders, religions, cultures, and sexual orientations. All are welcome and encouraged to participate in the effort to preserve land, water, and wildlife in Comal County.