Local Green Homebuilder ‘Native’ Makes Commitment to Support Hill Country Conservancy
AUSTIN, TX — In an effort to make a commitment to a “green” community, Native a local green homebuilder has agreed to make a significant positive impact on the “Vast Open Spaces” mission of central Texas non-profit
“I knew Native was a great fit for us from the beginning, but when they began to take initiative to create a sustaining relationship with HCC through these donations, we were blown away. We hope, through this partnership, many more builders and developers will see the benefits in conserving important tracts of open space and how simple it is to use this donation model as a means of protecting water, open spaces, and what makes this area so desirable.” — Dr. Tory Meyer
Hill Country Conservancy (HCC). Native will make a $500 donation to HCC for every new custom home they build or spec home they sell.
A leader in green construction homes and a renewable energy installer , Native has built company standards based on educating homeowners in environmentally responsible construction, thus making an environmentally sensitive lifestyle available and convenient in a home setting. From water management and eco-quality materials used, to energy efficiency and air quality features, Native is not only recognized as a leader in green construction and renewable systems but is committed to building “green” homes that will save money as well as provide years of enjoyment and pride.
“The relationship between our company values and the work Hill Country Conservancy is doing around central Texas to preserve the very reason folks are moving here in the first place is a natural fit,” Eddie Thomas of Native said. “We work daily to show homeowners how affordable, available, and vital a green lifestyle is when building a new home. If we can take our commitment to the environment one step further by financially supporting a conservation organization like Hill Country Conservancy on behalf of our customers, we feel we are contributing to a bigger picture and making an impact on the future of central Texas.”
Native’s first donation to HCC will come from completing the home of Karen and Dr. Tory Meyer. Dr. Tory Meyer is HCC’s current Board Chair.
“It was extremely important to Karen and myself to build an environmentally responsible home,” Dr. Tory Meyer, HCC Board Chair said, “I knew Native was a great fit for us from the beginning, but when they began to take initiative to create a sustaining relationship with HCC through these donations, we were blown away. We hope, through this partnership, many more builders and developers will see the benefits in conserving important tracts of open space and how simple it is to use this donation model as a means of protecting water, open spaces, and what makes this area so desirable.”
Donations made to HCC through this program will be used to conserve land and pay for associated transaction costs.
About Hill Country Conservancy
Hill Country Conservancy is the only professional conservation organization working every day to preserve open space in the Barton Springs Aquifer region. HCC was founded in 1999 to preserve – forever – large strategic natural areas that conserve critical water features, preserve outdoor recreation opportunities, and help maintain the Hill country’s unique quality of life. Their philosophy is simple. Once Hill Country land is gone, it’s gone for good. When HCC preserves it, it’s here forever. For more information on HCC, visit www.hillcountryconservancy.org.
About Native Green Building
Native, a leader in green homebuilder specializes in custom net zero construction and renewable energy systems. Native is committed to green building practices that protect the environment and provide our homeowner’s with years of savings and enjoyment. For more information please visit www.BuildNative.com.