What our members do
When you commit to working on an issue, you will be asked to get involved in the political process: use your name, tell your story, raise money, write letters, contact your legislators, use social media, testify in the legislature or lend your expertise. Our members work hand in hand with communication and lobbying professionals to deliver effective messages to governing bodies. We don’t TREAD lightly.
Many Landowners. One Voice. We stand together to identify issues that the Coalition should support.
We raise our voice, not only as individual property owners but in support of our neighbors and community.
Why it matters
No one thinks that their private piece of Texas will have the stream polluted, a concrete plant open next door or tax increases driving them from their land. Until it happens. And it can happen to any landowner.
TREAD Coalition was created to advocate for public policy that protects rural land and landowners. As Texas continues to grow, the need for one unified voice will continue to grow.
As a supporter of Texas landowner rights, you are shaping the future of Texas. There’s a lot of work to be done, but TREAD Coalition is committed to lead the way and provide effective communication tools to concerned Texans.
In the near future, we plan to have legislative briefings, newsletters, events and more.
Join today and help us support and defend landowner rights in Texas! We will lobby and safeguard against threats such as property taxes, water usage and eminent domain in each Legislative Session, before state agencies, at the local government level, and in the courthouse.
Yes, see Membership Levels above.
Tread follows any issue affecting landowners and their property rights.
Membership is for 12 months.
Take a look at Membership Levels above.
For multiple property representation. We can represent you where you live and are registered, as well as where you own land if different from your home address. Knowing where you have land helps us work together as one to protect all of your land.
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