Texas Parks and Wildlife Department acts as a silent partner in hundreds of communities across the state through its grant, assistance, education, and outreach programs. From the largest metroplex to the smallest rural community these programs help to build new parks, conserve natural resources, preserve historical sites, provide access to water bodies, develop educational programs for youth, and much more.
- Landowner Incentive Program
- Pastures for Upland Birds Program
- Section 6 Grants
- Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Research Grants
- Conservation License Plate Grant Program
- State Wildlife Grants
- Habitat and Angler Access Program - Request for Proposals
- Aquatic Invasive Species Grants - The application period is closed for the FY22-23 AIS Research Grants. Please check back in Spring 2023 (approximately April 1st) for the next request for proposals for FY24-25.
- River Access and Conservation Areas Program (PDF) - Establishing Lease Agreements with Private Landowners to Expand Public Access to Fishing and Paddling on Texas Rivers.
- Sportfish Restoration Program