The Dixon Water Foundation promotes healthy watersheds through sustainable land management to ensure that present and future generations of Texans have the water resources they need. To this end, the Foundation demonstrates environmentally and ecologically sound ranching practices on its four properties in north and west Texas, in addition to funding grants, hosting educational events, and partnering with researchers. As a Living Building, the Betty and Clint Josey Pavilion physically embodies the Foundation’s mission. Located on its Leo Unit in Cooke County, the meeting and educational event space provides a perfect setting for facilitating a deeper understanding of how grazing livestock and the built environment can work to do more good than harm.