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June 23, 2022

1% for the Planet Approves EarthShare Texas

On a mission to “accelerate smart environmental giving,” 1% for the Planet recognizes nonprofits, businesses, and individuals for their contributions toward this shared mission. EarthShare Texas was nominated by a…
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June 22, 2022

EarthShare Texas Brand Renovation

Our parent company, EarthShare (national), recently updated its brand. As an affiliate, EarthShare Texas has a new logo, removed the “of” from our original federation name, and an exciting, easy-to-use…
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May 12, 2022

Hike Texas Trails with Save Barton Creek Association

On Saturdays, EarthShare Texas member Save Barton Creek Association (SBCA) hosts free, guided hikes. Starting between 9:30-10 AM, these hikes explore various trails throughout the Austin area. Hikes are for…

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