Texas H2Oasis has a mission - or three to be exact:
Provide Environmental Education
Restore / Manage the Land and Water Resources
Create Eco-Sanctuary for Wildlife / Animals
Segment I: Provide Environmental Education
The purposes of the educational segment are to provide holistic, environmental information to the public via seminars, formal classes, field classes, informal training, and private consultation; create written, audio, visual, and virtual (Internet) educational matter; create an informational learning center to be used by adults and children, including, but not limited to, Texas Master Naturalists, Texas Master Gardeners, birders, nature/landscape artists, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and any other groups seeking raised environmental awareness; create an educational facility for the instruction of land restoration, springs/creek recovery, water conservation, rainwater collection, self-sustaining, environmental stewardship, holistic land management, sustainable agricultural practices, wildlife management, and backyard/community wildlife-habitat creation.
Segment II: Restore / Manage the Land and Water Resources
The purposes of the land-restoration and water-resource management segment are to provide land restoration; springs/creeks recovery; rain-water collection for land/animal usage; self-sustaining, environmental stewardship; holistic land management; and sustainable agricultural practices, via methods such as crop rotation, organic soil replenishment, and stock rotation to supply home-grown food for wildlife sustenance.
Segment III: Create Animal / Wildlife Refuges
The purposes of the wildlife-refuge segment are to provide animal / wildlife refuges; a safe haven for mustangs (wild horses) and burros; migratory birds along flight paths; balanced predator/prey interaction; wetlands for amphibians and fowl; water resources for all wildlife, including fish and shellfish; and animals for land management. Create a domesticated-animal shelter for stray-animal adoption, not breeding, with a strict spay/neuter policy.
The goal is to create an eco-sanctuary for native flora and fauna.