Travis County now shielding more than 1500 acres of wild hill country

By August 6, 2018January 9th, 2019Conservation

“You can see all the development going on. Land fragmentation is a serious issue for this state, and all these conservancies are helping to make that not as severe…With the conservation easement, we can continue operations, and the ranch can still be passed onto heirs or sold. But now we know that the property will remain as unspoiled, open, natural space for generations to come.” -Mike Murphy, Los Madrones Ranch

Austin American Statesman’s August 6th, 2018 article