A poverty simulation may sound like a game, but it’s not. It’s the first step toward neighboring together.
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For 40 years, the Texas Outdoor Education Association has gathered in the Frio River Canyon to enhance its mission.
Creating space for families from different backgrounds to be together in an unusual way.
Ask this couple what pressures they’re facing day to day, and you get the most relatable reply in the world.
Hosting child-friendly forensic interviews is just one of the ways the new Real County Community Initiative is providing space to help local families.
Every veteran LLYC camper knows the experience that awaits them on the other side of that river drive. What’s more, they know it’s an experience meant just for them.
This border community has been bringing groups to the Canyon two or three times a year for 49 years running, driving dozens of kids in packed school buses 10 hours through the night.
Texas Parks and Wildlife named the H. E. Butt Foundation as a winner of the 2019 Lone Star Land Steward Award, celebrating private landowners’ accomplishments in habitat management and wildlife conservation.
With the help of Foundation scholarships, Bonham Academy lets the Frio River Canyon be their classroom during their first Outdoor School retreat.