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WHO ARE WE

TO CARE SO MUCH?

STAFF & BOARD

Jeanine Bishop

Acting Executive Director

Scott Del Vecchio

Communication & Outreach Specialist

Adeline Fox

President

Joselyn Fenstermacher 

Vice President

Jeanine Bishop 

Treasurer

Austin Dupree

Secretary

Jeff Bennett

Amber Harrison

Matthew Lara

Andy Trevino

Grier Brunson

MISSION & HISTORY

The Big Bend Conservation Alliance (BBCA) works to conserve the living heritage and unique natural and cultural resources of the greater Big Bend region of Texas. 

BBCA formed in 2015 as a group of citizens concerned about the impact of the Trans-Pecos Pipeline- the first pipeline in the region with the potential to mark the beginning of a new era of development in an otherwise relatively untouched environment. In an effort to halt pipeline construction and call for better environmental review, BBCA engaged the public, landowners, and local officials by holding regular meetings and workshops to raise awareness of issues concerning eminent domain abuse, destruction of archaeological sites, water use and permitting issues, light pollution, and a FERC comment and intervention campaign that resulted in the highest number of on-the- docket comments about a natural gas pipeline in the history of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. While state law and lax regulation led to the eventual installation of the pipeline, BBCA continues to work within our program areas to address future threats to the region.

PARTNERS

We could not do this work without a growing network of collaborators, partners and funders.
We are proud of our association with the companies and organizations below, and grateful for their support.​

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ADDRESS

BBCA

P. O. Box 1721 Alpine, TX 79831

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