Welcome to TOWMA's Website
Our Mission: To enhance the operations and effectiveness of
Wildlife Management Associations through education, coordination and pursuit of issues
resulting in enhanced land stewardship in Texas.
TOWMA was founded in 1996 to serve as a parent organization for a large number of wildlife management associations in south central Texas. It became a statewide organization in 1998.
TOWMA promotes coordination between wildlife associations by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. This forum helps maintain interest among existing WMAs and supports the establishment of new associations. TOWMA currently represents over 60 WMAs in 33 counties of Texas and these WMA member landowners total more than 3,000 and control in excess of one and a half a million acres of Texas wildlife habitat.
In early 2007 the TOWMA Board of Directors voted to expand and enhance the role TOWMA plays in supporting Texas WMAs. This website was launched with the purpose of becoming the main communication tool and resource center for TOWMA members.
As TOWMA grows and acquires additional sources of funding and support the board intends to add full time staff to provide more services in support of WMA's, Prescribed Burn Associations, and wildlife habitat in Texas. Together we make a difference today and in the future.
There is an excellent video on You Tube. "A Forest in Balance" was produced by the Alabama Forestry Commission. It explains the need for fire in the our forests. Highly recommended viewing.
See it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yZZJoMLzYo
Lavaca County WMA Post Harvest Meeting - Sunday, February 20, 2011 - 5 Gun, 2 Feeder Raffle - Go to the EVENT CALENDAR for details and tickets.