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Cause Area

  • Community
  • Environment


3605 Thorp Springs DrPlano, TX 75025 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to restore the tall grass prairie ecoregion of Texas called the Blackland Prairie through hands-on restoration projects. We value service, initiative, and leadership. We strive to build a community that supports the rich biodiversity which existed centuries ago.


Our work has been split into "Phases." In Phase 1, we led a successful two-acre prairie restoration project where over 70 volunteers joined us to reintroduce native grasses and wildflowers to a site full of invasive and overrepresented species. We also installed 118 soil erosion prevention mechanisms across a 1.2-mile-long trail. In Phase 2 of our initiative, we worked on another 3 acres of prairie restoration and built turtle habitats for the dwindling box turtle population.

In August of 2022, the Credit Union of Texas became our corporate sponsor and donated $5,000 to support Phase 3's 10 acres prairie restoration project. In addition, the Credit Union of Texas hosted the "Prairie Restoration Summit," where restoration experts, high school students, city government officials, and nonprofit board members, among other esteemed guests, came together to discuss restoration in the DFW-metroplex. In this Summit, the Mayor of Plano, John Muns, and the Mayor of McKinney, George Fuller, both praised our organization and gave us backing from their respective City governments.

Eagles For Environment is currently all hands on deck for Phase 3's 10-acre Prairie Restoration event, our largest event to date.


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