SecondShelters.com hosts contributor Dallas Addison today to talk about how conservation strategies should benefit all developments in the long run. For his article, Addison uses Cross Pines Ranch, a 40-lot conservation-oriented second home community in East Texas, as an example of how keeping an eye on conservation can help preserve Texas land.
“While there is a powerful connection with the land, Texas has also historically led the nation in the amount of raw land converted to development property. This rampant expansion is continually changing our landscape. And let’s face it; much of what is developed and constructed does not have the most lasting value. Kind of seems like the same type of development gets repeated about every 5-10 miles no matter which direction you’re headed,” Addison asserts.
Read more about Cross Pines and how developers can help conserve the Texas landscape today on SecondShelters.com.