Art4Water Sponsorship Invitation


While we have been protecting Texas land and water for over 25 years through shaping public policy, land and water stewardship, education, and conservation, this year we are celebrating a new era of advocacy that includes the language of expression, through the Art4Water Program. Art4Water increases support for Texas Water by hosting experiences, events and initiatives … Continue reading Art4Water Sponsorship Invitation

The Watershed Association – New Logo and Brochure


We are thrilled to share our brand-new logo and brochure with you! As we deepen and expand our programming for Art4Water and revitalize the Brewshed Alliance, we continue our ongoing work in the primary impact areas of land and water conservation, educating and inspiring stewardship both locally in Wimberley and across the region.   Our … Continue reading The Watershed Association – New Logo and Brochure

Texas Hill Country Land, Water, and Natural Infrastructure Plan Survey


With a booming population and limited natural resources, there is a clear need for conservation in the Hill Country. As a member of the Texas Hill Country Conservation Network, the Watershed Association has been working with other member organizations to develop a Natural Infrastructure Plan that documents community priorities related to parks, open spaces, agricultural … Continue reading Texas Hill Country Land, Water, and Natural Infrastructure Plan Survey

TESPA Initiates Legal Action to Protect Water & Endangered Species


Trinity Edwards Springs Protection Association (TESPA) has issued a notice of intent to take legal action protesting the proposed Far South Mining LLC TCEQ permit to stop the proposed quarry and rock crushing plant on the Needmore Ranch.  The Watershed Association has a long history of collaborating and supporting TESPA through the Water Protectors Fund, … Continue reading TESPA Initiates Legal Action to Protect Water & Endangered Species

Texas Highways Spotlights State of the Hill Country Report


The State of the Hill Country Report is making a splash!  It is highlighted in Texas Highways’ May Hidden Hill Country edition.  The 8 conservation and development metrics presented in the report provide insight for residents, business owners, and policy makers for how to grow more sustainably.  The report is a collaborative project of the … Continue reading Texas Highways Spotlights State of the Hill Country Report