Texas Legacy site hosts a variety of educational media, including
video, databases, transcripts and other material, in various stages
of preparation. Below you can find links to material which is currently
Here are links to over 200 full interviews and
more than 210 edited pieces, including short profiles of individual conservationists,
topical documentaries about such subjects as surface water and groundwater
supplies, plus segments on regions of the state.
Here are links to about 15 short audio clips that are being produced for
the Passport to Texas Legacies, a partnership with Texas Parks and
Here are links to two interactive databases, one of which is the log
of over 400 hours of
landscape footage segments and interviews with more than
around the state, and a second that is a compilation of
550 major environmental
Here are links to over 50 "time maps" that
show the change over time of some environmental factor, which might
be the migration of non-native fire ants or sparrows, the
construction of dams, the creation of parks, the drilling of water
wells, the building of big box stores, the incidence of oil spills,
or other topics.
Here you will find links to over 200 full-length, verbatim transcripts
of Texas conservationists from various parts of the state, active
in the protection of wildlife, habitat and/or public health.