Over 90 People Attend “Saving Family Lands” Workshop


The “Saving Family Lands: Tools for Landowners in Comal County,” was a BIG success! The Comal County Conservation Alliance (CCCA) and the Hill Country Alliance co-hosted the workshop on February 15, 2019 at the Anhalt Dance Hall in Spring Branch, Texas. The Wimberley Valley Watershed Association was a co-sponsor. The one-day workshop, which highlighted financial … Continue reading Over 90 People Attend “Saving Family Lands” Workshop

The New Looming Threat to Central Texas Endangered Salamanders and Our Water


Unbeknownst to many, The karstic Edwards–Trinity aquifer system of West Central Texas is one of the most species rich groundwater systems in the world. Groundwater dependent species are among the least known components of global biodiversity, as well as some of the most vulnerable because of rapid groundwater depletion at regional and global scales. The … Continue reading The New Looming Threat to Central Texas Endangered Salamanders and Our Water

Permian Highway Pipeline: BREAKING NEWS


BREAKING NEWS! At the Caldwell County Commissioners Court Meeting this morning Kinder Morgan Vice President Allen Fore made a concession saying that due to landowner environmental concerns, they will promise to incorporate language into their contracts that states that this pipeline will be for “natural gas only.” This does not alleviate the Wimberley Valley Watershed … Continue reading Permian Highway Pipeline: BREAKING NEWS

New Report by the Texas Land Trust Council Highlights Over $1 Billion in Annual Economic Benefits of Conserved Lands to Flood Mitigation, Ag, Water Resources


The new study, produced by Siglo Group in partnership with the Texas Land Trust Council, quantifies the value of lands and conservation easements that have been conserved by or with assistance from the Texas land trust community. The study found that the lands put into conservation with the help of Texas land trusts are estimated … Continue reading New Report by the Texas Land Trust Council Highlights Over $1 Billion in Annual Economic Benefits of Conserved Lands to Flood Mitigation, Ag, Water Resources