To restore the tall grass prairie ecoregion of Texas called the Blackland Prairie.
Eagles for Environment has received tremendous support from the community!
Less than 1% of the Blackland Prairie Ecosystem remains today.
All of our projects have been hands on. Eagles for Environment values community interaction. We feel more connected to our efforts by being on site.
While Eagles for Environment is not an advocacy group, we strongly believe in bringing awareness to local environmental issues.
Eagles for Environment offers leadership opportunities for those who are motivated towards our mission. Program begins October 2022! More details will be on this page!
Credit Union of Texas sponsors the Prairie Restoration Summit and presents Eagles For Environment with a $5,000 check for Phase 3.
Check out the trailer for the largest restoration effort to date.
Short video about why prairie restoration and our efforts matter.
This is Phase I of our Blackland prairie restoration efforts. With the help of 70 volunteers, we restored 2 acres of prairie at the Heard Museum, another nonprofit dedicated to restoration.
This is Phase II of our prairie restoration efforts. We restored 3 acres of land at the Heard Museum's "Ken's Prairie" site with over 120 volunteers.
Over 12 individual work days, small groups of 5-10 volunteers installed 118 waterbars to prevent soil erosion on the 1.2 mile long Blackjack trail at LLELA.
A small group of skilled volunteers and experts joined us in constructing two turtle pen enclosures to protect baby box turtles from predation.
A group of 20 volunteers used loppers, saws, and herbicide to eliminate the Chinese Privet plant in a portion of LLELA's vast prairies.