Partners in Conservation

The East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation welcomes your support – both financial and physical – without the burden of membership. However, if you or your company wishes to become more involved with our organization, your sponsorship is most certainly welcomed and appreciated.  The recommended sponsorship amount is $250 annually.  

Currently, we recognize these individuals and businesses as our Partners in Conservation:

  • Barry Allen
  • John Bass 
  • Earl Brady 
  • Mike Breedlove 
  • Kirk Brookshire
  • Taylor Burns 
  • Butler's Alignment & Brake 
  • Cary Byrd
  • City of Mineola 
  • Mike Coker
  • Ray Cozby
  • Dennis Darryl
  • Gregg Davis 
  • Brent DeDear
  • Chuck Dickson 
  • Earl Drott
  • East Texas Copy Systems 
  • ET Fasteners 
  • Daniel Finkelstein
  • Stanley Frank
  • Ric Freeman
  • Jeff Geese 
  • Sam George 
  • Roy Gerard
  • Hibbs-Hallmark & Company, Inc.
  • Joe Hayden
  • Martin Heines 
  • John Hills 
  • Mike Hogan
  • Casey Hymer LF 
  • Kay Luster Kidd
  • L&L Asphalt
  • M K Medical Enterprises, LLC 
  • MHS Planning & Design
  • Tony Morgan 
  • Bill Naleid
  • Jerry Nelson 
  • One-Ten Welding, Inc.
  • Mark Parsons 
  • Mike Phaup 
  • David Pickens 
  • Greg Porter 
  • Ken Raney
  • Southside Bank
  • Thomas Sparrow
  • Stanger Properties 
  • Benny Swan
  • Herschel Tipton 
  • Gary Traylor 
  • Tyler Rose Nursery
  • Chris Walker 
  • Jeff Warr
  • Bud Worthen

Faulkner Park Pond

Faulkner Park Pond

This multi-use park includes walking and mountain-biking trails that weave through loblolly pine and deciduous woodlands adjacent to ball fields and kids' playground.

Who are we?

Who are we?

What began as a group of friends who liked to hunt and fish, in 1994 evolved into one of East Texas' most-recognized philanthropic foundations.

Consider a donation

Consider a donation

None of our successes would be possible without you! Send a one-time donation or setup recurring donation easily with PayPal

Our partners

Our partners

The East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation welcomes your support - both financial and physical - without the burden of membership. Learn more here.

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