2021 Newsletters

July Watershed News
Topics: Mid-Year Reflections from David Baker, Deep in the Karst of Texas Education Campaign, Sacred Springs Kite Exhibit Call for Artists, the Future for the Trinity Aquifers, Summer Neighborhood Site Visits, Spring flow increased, Groundwater levels still low, Mini-BioBlitz at Colemans Canyon, In the Media, Upcoming Events

May Watershed News
Topics:  Recharge! Sacred Springs Kite Exhibit Call for Artists, Recharge to Discharge Karst Tour, Greenfielding Progress at Coleman’s Canyon Preserve, Pristine Waters Bill, Texas Groundwater Shrinking (Op-Ed), Bacteria Monitoring – Cypress Creek and Blanco River, Treefolks Floodplain Reforestation Program, Upcoming Events

April Watershed News
Topics: Earth Day, Greenfielding at Coleman’s Canyon Preserve, Salamander Surveys at Rebecca Springs, New Species’ Name Honors David Baker, Texas House Backs Green Infrastructure, Bacteria Monitoring – Cypress Creek and Blanco River, Lowest Groundwater Level Recorded in Mt. Baldy

Blanco MUDs Community Meeting and Task Force Updates

Amplify Wimberley Watershed
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February Watershed News
Topics: low flow Jacob’s Well, Hays Co Transportation Plan public input due, agencies behind Jacob’s Well Flow Monitoring, TESPA Press Release: EP Ends Contested Case,  Blanco Water Engineering RFQ, Artesiana podcast #3 – Joe Day, Alex S. Broun Honored by HTGCD, Upcoming Events & more.

2020 Newsletters

Year-end Letter from David Baker, WVWA Executive Director
Topics:  2020 Accomplishments

October 2020 Watershed News Updates
Topics: Vote Yes on Prop A, Dripping Springs’ Direct Discharge Permit Reversed, Hydro Report and Drought Declarations, Site-Harvested Water Supply Online at Blue Hole Primary, Hill Country Sewage Scorecard Report, Upcoming Events

October 2020 Watershed News
Topics: Vote Yes on Prop A, Hays Co. Transportation Plan Update Comments Due, Cypress Creek Nature Preserve – Riparian Access Done Right, “Pristine to Polluted”: Preview SBCA’s Impending Report, Upcoming Events

Topics: Blanco Council Approves No-Discharge Task Force | TWDB Rain Catcher Award September Hydro Report | Coleman’s Canyon: Protecting Groundwater  | Hays Trinity GCD Expands Drought Curtailments | Upcoming Events

August 2020 Watershed News – Important Updates
Topics: Action Needed: Hays Co. Parks and Open Spaces | Permian Highway Pipeline Video | Blanco River Healing | Hays Trinity GCD declares drought for Jacob’s Well GMZ

August 2020 Watershed News
Topics: Hays Co. Parks and Open Spaces Recommendations | Blanco River Healing | Hays Trinity GCD declares drought for Jacob’s Well GMZ | When It Rains, Texas Forgets Drought and Water Shortages

August 2020 Water Events Reminder

July 2020 Watershed News

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May 2020 Action Alert: Kinder Morgan Pipeline

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August 2018 Watershed News*
*A special thank you to Jason Merlo for his photograph of Honey Creek.
See more of his work at jasonmerlo.com

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