TESPA News Release: EP GONE HOME?


Our colleagues at TESPA sent out the following news release today (7/28/2022): According to records at the Texas Secretary of State’s office, Electro Purification LLC has been dissolved. The Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District is moving through the required process of concluding the EP permit request. This news puts an end to a seven-year … Continue reading TESPA News Release: EP GONE HOME?

An urgent message to groundwater users in the Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District


Spring flow and groundwater levels are at critically low levels. Most residents in western Hays County rely on groundwater for potable drinking water, whether from an individual well or a water utility like Aqua Texas or Wimberley Water Supply Corp. We need to reduce water use to preserve existing water supplies until we receive enough … Continue reading An urgent message to groundwater users in the Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District

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

Removing the Mystery of Groundwater


VANESSA PUIG-WILLIAMS BOARD MEMBER OF WIMBERLEY VALLEY WATERSHED ASSOCIATION This is part of an eight part op-ed series as part of the Texas Hill Country Conservation Network. To read the rest of the op-eds, visit ourtxhillcountry.org/#blogs What makes the Texas Hill Country unique? In my mind, it comes down to one thing: groundwater. It is … Continue reading Removing the Mystery of Groundwater