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Audubon environmental policy, education and science experts guide lawmakers, agencies, and our grassroots Audubon Chapters in shaping effective conservation plans, actions and the policies to support them. Audubon Centers and sanctuaries are hubs of conservation exploration, research, and action, allowing millions to discover and defend the natural world. More than 2,500 Audubon-designated Important Bird Areas identify, prioritize and protect vital bird habitat from coast to coast.

 

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Audubon Foundation of Texas is a member of EarthShare of Texas. EarthShare of Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation committed to making environmental support as easy as possible by giving working people the ability to donate through workplace payroll contribution campaigns. EarthShare of Texas represents more than 70 of the leading local, state, national and international conservation and environmental organizations working to preserve and protect our natural resources and human health in public and private workplace giving campaigns throughout the state.

 

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Audubon Foundation of Texas is happy to be a beneficiary of The Reliant EcoShareSM service, a way that Texans can support Audubon Foundation of Texas and offset their own carbon production at the same time. Reliant and EarthShare of Texas have launched a program that allows Reliant customers to help reduce their carbon footprints through the purchase of carbon offsets. And for each customer-purchased offset, Reliant will make a contribution to EarthShare of Texas and its participating organizations including Audubon Foundation of Texas. For more information click here

 

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Since 2007, H-E-B has selected EarthShare of Texas as the beneficiary of Tear-off campaign for the month of April. The Tear Pad Program allows H-E-B shoppers all over Texas to add $1, $3 or $5 to their grocery bill. The money raised in this way is donated to EarthShare of Texas and distributed to its participating organizations including Audubon Foundation of Texas.