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HR 4647 "Recovering America's Wildlife Act" Update

Publication date: 
05/2018
On April 27, 2018, Christopher Mace, Ph.D. updated the Texas Environmental Grantmakers Group on the status of the “Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. In July 2016, Congressman Don Young of Alaska introduced a resolution that implements a Blue Ribbon Panel’s recommendation to secure and diversify America’s fish and wildlife populations. Originally HR 5650, and now renumbered HR 4647 says that diverse fish and wildlife populations are vital to our nation’s infrastructure and economy, and that it is in the interest of our country “to retain for present and future generations… a wide variety of...
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TxEGG May 2014 TLTC - Olson

Publication date: 
06/2014
TxEGG May 2014 TLTC - Olson Lori Olson * Texas Land Trust Council * 1300 W. Lynn Street, #104 * Austin, TX 78703 * 512-236-0655
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TxEGG May 2014 HCA - Muse

Publication date: 
06/2014
TxEGG May 9, 2014 Austin Presentation Christy Muse * Executive Director * Hill Country Alliance * 15315 Hwy. 71 * Bee Cave, TX 78738 * 512-560-3135
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Creating Order Out of Chaos

Publication date: 
12/2012
This report, produced by the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, outlines their response to the April 2011 storm which produced a record 62 tornadoes across Alabama and left the state with $1.1 billion in damage. Our colleagues at the Florida Philanthropic Network sponsored this webinar to discuss the report and Fund's response.

May 30, 2013 Teleconference: What's Next for Oklahoma Tornado Disaster Philanthropy

Publication date: 
05/2013
Following a series of tornadoes across Texas and Oklahoma, a powerful EF-5 level tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma on the afternoon of May 20, 2013. The tornado swept through 20 miles in the area, destroying most everything in its path. It’s the deadliest tornado since 2011′s Joplin. Missouri tornado, and considered one of the worst in the past 20 years. Eleven days later, five tornadoes and resulting flash flooding moved through Oklahoma, killing more than a dozen people including five children and three veteran storm chasers. Call Recording | Call Summary

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