Waterfowl Brigades Youth Camp

This intense, five-day camp centers on the ecology and management of ducks and other water birds that fly through Texas. Campers learn about the importance of wetland ecosystems, aquatic vegetation, natural resource management, and how to identify waterfowl using all of their senses.  

The Waterfowl Brigade motivates youth (ages 13-17) to become conservation ambassadors through team work, improved communication, and the necessary skills to become the leaders of tomorrow.  ETWWF supports the Waterfowl Bridgades Youth Camp with funds that are used to provide scholarships to young people who otherwise might not be able to attend.

Visit the website here: www.texasbrigades.org

Hunters for the Hungry

Hunters for the Hungry

Hunters for the Hungry provides quality meat for meals to low-income people across the state, and thanks to support provided by the East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation, there are no processing fees.

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.

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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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