Chyenne Tant
Texas Game Warden Association
2018 Scholarship Winner
Cheyenne Tant

Welcome!

We would just like to welcome everyone to the new TGWA website. It provides news, stories, youth event pictures, TGWA products, and contact information. We will also post upcoming youth events and TGWA fundraisers. Please look around and hopefully it will provide what you need from the TGWA. If you don’t find what you are looking for, let us know and maybe we can add it. Please enjoy the website and thank you for supporting the Texas Game Warden Association.

Mission

For more than a generation, the Texas Game Warden Association (TGWA) has introduced young Texans to the beauty and value of our land and wildlife. TGWA’s members have devoted millions of hours, as well as funding, to educate more than 300,000 boys and girls.

Natural role models, Game Wardens are uniquely qualified professionals teaching outdoor skills to youth hungry for one-on-one relationships and for hands-on experience with the outdoors. Our members are made up of Game Wardens, concerned citizens, landowners, and businesses that share our commitment to preserving the rich heritage and wildlife of Texas.

We encourage and invite you to become a part of this special organization. Your support is critical to the association’s ultimate goal of “Conservation for Future Generations.”

9th Annual Fishing Tournament and Music Fest
32nd Annual Go For Fish, Not Drugs Fishing Tournament

Texas Game Warden Magazine

The Texas Game Warden Association (TGWA) magazine, “Texas Game Warden” is a quarterly publication that has been in circulation since 1979. TGWA is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to teaching the youth of Texas how to enjoy fishing, hunting and the outdoors safely and wisely. Texas Game Warden Magazine Our motto is “Conservation for Future Generations.” The outdoor experience available to our grandchildren needs to be one of quality, and it is up to all of us to ensure that.

PHASE 1 COMPLETE!

Texas Game Wardens are widely recognized as the best-trained corps of conservation officers in the country. They carry on a proud tradition that began at the turn of the 20th century when the Texas Legislature passed the first game laws to protect the Lone Star State. Since then, Texas Game Wardens have dedicated themselves to protecting the state’s natural resources for future generations.

Game Warden Academy Phase 1 Complete

Texas Game Warden Memorial 2013

Texas Game Warden Memorial 2013
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Pamela Gilbreth Watkins
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