National Parks depend on the involvement and support of the public. The Friends of the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park work in partnership with the National Park Service to provide educational and interpretive programs, conduct research and accomplish conservation, planning, and improvement projects in the park.
PROCEEDS RAISED GO TOWARD EDUCATION, RESTORATION, AND PRESERVATION PROJECTS IN THE PARK
The mission of the Friends of Lyndon Baines Johnson National Historical Park is to "join as partners with the National Park Service to enhance and historically preserve the park by attracting and welcoming visitors in order to create a dynamic facility that is a national and community asset shared by all."
Founded in 2007 with the encouragement and support from Mrs. Johnson and daughters, Luci Johnson and Lynda Johnson Robb, the Friends provide on-going support for park programs, restoration efforts, and recreational events. Everything we do is in support of the lasting donation and legacy of the President and Mrs. Johnson. The family ranch was gifted to the people of America and we invite all to help us care for, enjoy, and support this national treasure.
What do the Friends do?
- Serve as advocates for the park promoting care, preservation, and educational programs.
- Support programs and activities that will broaden the public's knowledge of the park.
- Foster partnerships locally and nationally.