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Our Initiatives

Applied Research

We promote the conservation of natural resources by using science to inform decision-makers in the practices and policies that affect the quality of life in our region.

The Cibolo’s conservation initiative work is supported by the generosity of the Still Water Foundation, Shield Ayres Foundation, Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation, Theresa & Ken Butler,
Patsy & Tom Inglet, and the Cibolo Preserve.

Wildlife Field Research

Wildlife Field Research is a key component of the Cibolo Center for Conservation Citizen Science Initiative, which collects crucial data on land, water, and wildlife.

The Spring 2021 Wildlife Field Research (WFR) Week is scheduled for May 9-15, 2021 (COVID Tentative).
The Fall WFR Week is scheduled for October 3-9, 2021.

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Citizen Science
The Cibolo Center for Conservation provides crucial data on land, water and wildlife through its citizen science initiatives.
  • Bird Box Monitoring
  • Incidental Bird Count
  • Breeding Bird Point Count
  • and more
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Cibolo Land and Water Initiative

The Land and Water Initiative protects water quality and biodiversity of the Upper Cibolo Watershed through stewardship, leadership, education and research.

The goals of the Land and Water Initiative are to:

  • Improve water quality and quantity
  • Protect and restore working lands
  • and more…
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Resilient Boerne

We promote conservation practices and policies for a resilient Boerne and Hill Country now and into the future. In response to the significant population growth expected across Texas and our region, the Cibolo Center for Conservation promotes the economic benefit of conservation and thoughtful growth strategies for our treasured Texas community.

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