CCA Texas, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and industry leaders have built the largest saltwater redfish, spotted seatrout, and southern flounder hatchery system in the world releasing nearly 1 billion fingerlings into our Texas bays.
CCA Texas members are making a BIG difference by conserving our marine resources for present and future generations. This includes participating in the Annual Crab Trap Cleanup as well as the 28th Annual Billy Sandifer Big Shell Beach Cleanup!
Texas Parks and Wildlife Natural Resources Specialist Tori Haynes spoke and answered questions about the Powderhorn and Matagorda Island Wildlife Management Areas.
CCA Texas is immensely proud to have funded $325,000 to start the design, construction, and some equipment purchases being used in the building.
CCA Texas believes it’s imperative that the management of our Texas oyster fishery continues to evolve by prioritizing the ecological and structural value of oysters in the water by safeguarding existing reefs and creating new ones.
Texas Game Wardens are widely recognized as the best-trained corps of conservation officers in the nation and provide an invaluable service to the people of Texas. The position of game warden cadet is highly coveted, and individuals are chosen from a pool of thousands of applicants.
This project’s cordgrass plantings will help to safeguard the area’s coastal estuarine marsh and ensure the continued protection of nearby communities from storm events. It will also address eroding interior estuarine marshes at the refuge.