South Texans’ Property Rights Association (STPRA) was formed in 2006 to shed light on the many issues that face our region. We are an educational resource for our members and the general public and serve as a catalyst for finding solutions to some of the important challenges that exist for South Texas property owners.
STPRA works with the public and government officials to protect the rights of property owners in South Texas. We serve as a unifying force for South Texas by bringing the power of information and rational discourse to many of the issues that face our region. Whether it is energy production, immigration, national security, transportation, recreation, or food and fiber production, South Texas is a region of national importance. STPRA strives to be a source of information about South Texas to promote the region’s future growth, prosperity, and security.
The STPRA is governed by its members and board of directors. The STPRA Board of Directors and staff are comprised of South Texas landowners who desire to see our region remain strong and continue to grow. STPRA is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and it operates with charitable tax-exempt contributions.
The South Texans’ Property Rights Association (STPRA) educates the public and serves as a strong advocate for the rights of property owners to use, enjoy, and profit from the use of their lands as guaranteed by the Constitutions of the United States of America and the State of Texas. STPRA supports and actively participates in the resolution of various issues such as eminent domain, water rights, indemnity, government regulation, and trespassing.