About the Washington County Wildlife Society

The Washington County Wildlife Society is a 501(c)3 organization consisting of seven Co-ops or groups formed by landowners to improve wildlife habitat and associated wildlife populations in Washington County. Our mission is to enhance and conserve wildlife in the county through landowner education and support of local Wildlife Management Associations (WMA's) to improve the quality of life in Washington County.The Society shall operate under a wildlife management plan developed with assistance from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas AgriLife Extension Agent.  Society membership consists of 500+ landowners who control over 43,000 acres within the county and is recognized around the state as a successful example of landowner partnerships

Our Objectives

  • Promote the adoption of correct wildlife management practices that will re-establish and enhance wildlife for future generations
  • Encourage landowner development and improvement of habitat to preserve wildlife and land
  • Promote sound environmental and conservation management practices that will result in a higher quality of life for all citizens in Washington County
  • Improve the quality and amount of wildlife species in Washington County

Our Sponsors

Membership Guidelines

Membership in the Society is open to all Washington County landowners and individuals interested in the enhancement, preservation and conservation of wildlife. Members in good standing automatically become associated with the local WMA in which their property is located.

© 2014 Washington County Wildlife Society | Site Map | Designed by Austin Themes

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software