Horned Lizard License Plate Grants

The Wildlife Diversity Program is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013-2014 Horned Lizard License Plate Grants. These pass-through grants are a valuable source of funding for the conservation community to conserve the natural resources of Texas. We are excited about the diversity of this year's awardees, which include projects across the state, and include youth outreach, increasing wildlife viewing opportunities, advances in citizen science, habitat restoration, and important research on rare and sensitive species.

Show your support today by purchasing your own Horned Lizard License Plate online: ConservationPlate.Org

  • This year's awardees are:

    • Bat Conservation International: Habitat Management and restoration at Bracken Cave
    • Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute: Youth education and loaner trunk program
    • Hardin-Simmons University: Distribution, population size, and reproductive status of Chamaesyce jejuna in Nolan, Mitchell, Pecos, and Terrell counties of Texas
    • Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: Invaders of Texas outreach and mobile app development
    • NPAT/HNPAT (Houston Chapter): Control of Invasive species on Deer Park Prairie
    • St. Thomas High School: Prairie education and habitat restoration
    • Texas Tech University: Field surveys for orchid taxa and document pollinators and mycorrhizae of SGCN taxa
    • Texas Tech University: Mapping suitable habitat for Texas horned lizards in central Texas
    • University of Texas: Development of pollinator conservation guidebook
    • Wildlife Conservation and Education Society of South Texas: Construction of wildlife viewing blinds for youth and Valley residents

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