Conservation best management practices (BMPs) are methods or actions that promote the conservation, protection, and/or restoration of our natural resources.
Conservation BMPs are an important tool for implementing plans and actions necessary to conserve, protect, and/or restore natural resources. This project was developed in Texas to identify BMPs to address landscape factors, land use practices, and impairments affecting the health of freshwater watershed habitats and ecosystems. To date, over 2000 BMPs from more than 150 local, state, national, and international organizations and agencies have been collected to address these threats. Scientific literature, species lists, critical habitats, and conservation priorities were also compiled to more effectively facilitate conservation planning and habitat restoration.