About the Jacob’s Well Multiport Monitor Well


The Watershed Association is proud to host the Jacob’s Well Multiport Monitor Well featured in the recent Texas Water Development Board video: Groundwater sampling helps better understand Edwards-Trinity Aquifers. The Multiport Well was one of two wells installed earlier this year to better measure recharge and aquifer dynamics in the Jacob’s Well Groundwater Management Zone.  … Continue reading About the Jacob’s Well Multiport Monitor Well

Future of Blanco County Meeting – Drought, Groundwater & Conservation Recap


It was so heartening to see the crowd at the Future of Blanco County meeting last night.  We’re proud to be part of it!  Thank you, City of Blanco, Hill Country Alliance, Selah – Bamberger Preserve, Comal County Conservation Alliance, and friends and neighbors in Blanco County. Drought, Groundwater Pumping, and Conservation are an integral … Continue reading Future of Blanco County Meeting – Drought, Groundwater & Conservation Recap

Now Hiring: Texas Brewshed® Alliance Coordinator


The Texas Brewshed® Alliance inspires land and water stewardship across Texas through engaging brewers and beer drinkers through incentives to conserve and protect water. This program highlights watersheds as the source of clear water and their vital role in sustaining the natural landscapes and craft beer that we love. The Texas Brewshed® Alliance is a … Continue reading Now Hiring: Texas Brewshed® Alliance Coordinator

Press Release: Art4Water Spotlights Eight Great Texas Springs


AUSTIN, TEXAS- July 19, 2022 – In partnership with the Austin Central Library, the Watershed Association has created a poster exhibit highlighting eight great Texas springs. The exhibit, located on the 6th floor gallery, features posters illustrating the beauty, significance and challenges for each spring. The poster exhibit deepens the discussion of the springs initiated … Continue reading Press Release: Art4Water Spotlights Eight Great Texas Springs