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Cibolo wins Lone Star Award from Texas Parks & Wildlife

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The Lone Star Land Steward Award was created by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1996 to recognize and honor private landowners who demonstrate exemplary land stewardship. These awards celebrate individuals and organizations with at least 100 acres of land who go above and beyond in conserving and managing that land’s natural resources, contributing to the protection and preservation of Texas’ diverse ecosystems and wildlife habitats for generations to come.

The Lone Star Land Steward Award highlights the critical role that landowners play in conservation. Private landowners’ control over 95% of land in Texas, and their willingness to adopt sustainable land management practices is essential for protecting and preserving the state’s natural resources. By recognizing and promoting good land stewardship practices, this award program encourages more landowners to adopt similar practices. Further, it helps to raise public awareness about the importance of conservation and sustainable land management.

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