The Big Bluestem Circle

A special group of inspiring and committed supporters who lead the way to help us save more Texas native prairie.

Big Bluestem, or Andropogon gerardii, is one of the most iconic grasses of the Texas and North American great plains. It is among the tallest, most versatile, and most resilient prairie species. It is also a strong symbol of a healthy grassland ecosystem.

In 2022 the Native Prairies Association of Texas rolled out a new Leadership Giving Program, designed for and by our most dedicated prairie enthusiasts. These visionaries agreed to donate the value of $2,000 or more annually over three consecutive years with their time, talents, and resources.

Beth and Roy Clark
Charles Hall
Erin Hatchett
B. F. Hicks
The L.A.W. Fund
Evelyn L. Merz
Marsha Stephens
Suzanne and Steve Tuttle
Wallace Ward III

Karen and Sean Fitzgerald
David and Linda Knowles
Katy and Doug Neaves
Cynthia H. Nesser
Chris and Angela Roth
Evaline Woodrey

Robert and Sirpa Harms Memorial Fund
Scott Harvey and Nancy Bolduc
Pat and Glenn Merkord

BBC members with Susan Conaty at Nash Prairie, near the Gulf Coast.

Their investment delivers a greater impact and an important base of stability as we ambitiously accelerate the conservation of more native prairies. Members enjoy special benefits and recognition for their commitment.

To explore how you can make a lasting difference to save more Texas prairie with The Big Bluestem Circle, contact Development Director Jeff Sargent. Thank you for your interest!