The Big Bend Environmental Forum is an alliance of organizations which have come together to conserve the region’s environmental qualities through education, advocacy, research and, networking among its members.
The following are the primary goals of the Big Bend Environmental Forum:
- To facilitate public input, education, dialogue, and debate through public forums and workshops.
- To identify threats and opportunities to protect and/or enhance the natural resources of the Big Bend Region.
- To explore potential courses of action to resolve the region’s most pressing environmental problems and needs through networking among the Big Bend Environmental Forum members and
- To conduct research concerning environmental threats and opportunities so members and the public can make informed choices about alternative courses of action to be taken to protect and/or enhance the natural resources of the Big Bend Region.
- To seek consensus on and to advocate for appropriate courses of action.