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Endangered Species and the Economy

Keep up-to-date on the work your state is doing to safeguard the economy by ensuring efficient and cost-effective compliance with the Endangered Species Act.

With the expertise of state agencies, universities and local communities, we can find solutions that protect the state’s economic health and natural heritage for future generations.

Read a message from Comptroller Glenn Hegar

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Welcome to Endangered Species and the Economy

“We must find a balance. Endangered Species and the Economy explains our plan for protecting natural resources and our state’s robust economy. Working together, we can preserve both.”

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Economic Growth & Endangered Species Task Force

The task force provides policy and technical assistance to help local and regional economic development activities.

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Funded Research

The Comptroller’s Office awards contracts for research studies. Find out how to apply.

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New Proposed Petitioning Rule

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed changes to petitions for endangered and threatened species listings.

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