Our Mission

The Davis Mountains Trans-Pecos Heritage Association works to promote several goals:

To support and encourage the wise use of natural resources on private lands;

To defend the American system of free enterprise and promote private ownership and private protection of natural resources;

To support the cultural traditions of Texas, recognizing that our heritage is intertwined with our special relationship with the land;

To seek regional solutions to regional problems without undue interference from state and federal government;

To educate and inform members and the public to stimulate public awareness of issues that affect the Trans Pecos;

To encourage members and the public to actively participate in the political processes that affect the Trans Pecos;

To promote private conservation, not public preservation of land and resources;

To defend the individual liberties guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America.

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Published in: on January 22, 2009 at 11:31 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. I’ve tried to respond to several emails that you’ve sent lately, especially to Joan, but it always gets kicked back. Any idea why?

    • Sorry for the inconvenience, Mary. We’ve had some e-mail issues here which we have recently resolved. You can contact me at dmtpha@sbcblobal.net or email@dmtpha.org. I hope to hear more from you.

      Joan


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