Skull Creek Disaster Exposes Inadequate Regard for Texas Water

A disturbing report published by the Texas Tribune on April 17 demonstrates the colossal effect that one’s actions and negligence can have on their neighbors downstream, and highlights the absolute necessity to be hyper vigilant about what we introduce to our waterways. The Tribune’s article details the upsetting story of a family who lives on … Continue reading Skull Creek Disaster Exposes Inadequate Regard for Texas Water

Feral Hog Management Program to Continue in Hays County

Hays County will be continuing countywide feral hog management efforts in 2019 after receiving a $13,100 grant from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Wildlife Services. The Hays County program will include a feral hog workshop and three webinars, aerial control services, a damage assessment and free trapping equipment for a limited number of local participants. … Continue reading Feral Hog Management Program to Continue in Hays County

Hays County, City of Kyle join lawsuit against Kinder Morgan, Texas Railroad Commission

KYLE, Texas, April 22, 2019 – The consistent failure of the Texas Railroad Commission to oversee the routing of oil and gas pipelines leaves Texans vulnerable to abuse, landowners and officials from the City of Kyle and Hays County said today. A coalition of landowners, joined by the City of Kyle and Hays County, today … Continue reading Hays County, City of Kyle join lawsuit against Kinder Morgan, Texas Railroad Commission

Preferred Wastewater Systems for the Texas Hill Country Report

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, in collaboration with the Save Barton Creek Association, the Wimberley Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) and Community Environmental Services, recently published a report that provides guidance on a variety of cost-effective wastewater solutions for the Texas Hill Country. “Water is a precious and limited … Continue reading Preferred Wastewater Systems for the Texas Hill Country Report