The Trinity Trust raises private funds to support the implementation of the Balanced Vision Plan for the Trinity River Corridor Project, informing and engaging the public to enhance awareness and encourage responsible urban design, planning and preservation through advocacy, dialogue, and education.

Promotes the restoration of the black bear in its historic range of east Texas through education, research and habitat management.

Clean, zero-emissions mowing is at the heart of Clean Air Lawn Care's business model. The business uses clean, rechargeable equipment powered by renewable energy. Vehicles hauling this equipment have mounted solar panels which charge the equipment during the workday. The equipment is clean and quiet; the fertilizer is organic; the business is carbon neutral. In 2010, Clean Air Lawn Care reduced 75,283 pounds of air pollution, equaling over 2 million vehicle miles. Electric lawn mowers emit 3,330 times less hydrocarbons, 5,000 times less CO, and one-fifth as much NOx as gas mowers.

TCE is dedicated to informing and mobilizing Texans to protect the quality of their lives, their health, their communities and the environment.

Plateau Land & Wildlife Management is a private consulting firm of wildlife biologists and registered property tax consultants

Camp Tyler Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, owns and operates Camp Tyler, one of America's oldest outdoor learning centers.

Caddo Lake Institute is a scientific and educational non-profit with the mission of protecting the ecological, cultural and economic integrity of Caddo Lake, its associated wetlands, and surrounding plant and wildlife habitats.