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Make a commitment to nurture our City’s beloved natural gem today.
By joining the Lady Bird Lake Conservation Circle, you’ll be part of an exclusive circle of Conservancy leaders who are preserving nature today and for generations to come.

*$25,000+ sponsors are eligible to receive permanent donor recognition on the Butler Trail.


Lady Bird Lake and the surrounding Trail, urban forest and natural areas are valuable ecological assets for the City of Austin. This region performs essential tasks for the residents of Austin, which include:

  • Cleaning the Air
  • Reducing Noise Pollution
  • Enhancing Water Quality
  • Sequestering Carbon
  • Increasing Public Health
  • Mitigating Flooding

Conservation Circle Members’ generous annual leadership investment of $10,000 or more will put innovative conservation strategies into action to protect the natural world that nurtures and inspires us all.


Sponsors maintenance and expansion of established woodland and restored wetland area in the Park for 1 year.


Underwrites all native trees, plants and seeds for TTC ecological restoration program for 1 year.


Sponsors the invasive species removal goat program for 1 year.


Underwrites 10 public volunteer days.

Exclusive Benefits

Behind-the-Scenes Tour with a TTC representative
Conservation Circle dedicated volunteer project
Recognition at any Conservation Circle events and on the dedicated webpage
Invitation to Conservation Circle Only reception
Early access and discounts to select Signature events
Exclusive Conservation Circle Member merchandise
Discount for the online store
$25,000+ sponsors are eligible to receive permanent donor recognition on the Butler Trail

Conservation Circle Members

Alexandra Albright
Kim Bueno
Sharon Dunn
Janet Harman
June & Matt Harriss
Claudette Hartman
Josie Knight
Matthew Oliver
Cheryl & Walt Penn
Lance Ramsey
Springhouse Foundation
David Thompson
Carolyn & Jack Long

     To learn more about joining this exclusive circle of Conservation Leaders, email Jessie Stewart at