This month’s Texas Highways features the Blanco on the cover! The author–Joe Nick Patoski–covers a lot of river miles and even makes it to Jacob’s Well, the headwaters of Cypress Creek and an important tributary to the Blanco River. Discussion ranges from land stewardship and conservation efforts to the economy of the river towns, big … Continue reading Behold the Bounty of the Blanco (Texas Highways)
The Wimberley Water Advisory Group, a group of volunteers, has monitored both Cypress Creek and the Blanco River near Wimberley for E. Coli bacteria for decades. Long-time supporters of this data gathering effort, the WVWA is coordinating with Pete Anderson and the volunteers to expand the availability of this monthly data collected during the swim … Continue reading Ecoli Monitoring in Cypress Creek and the Blanco River – April 2021 Results
The Cypress Creek stakeholder’s semi-annual public stakeholder meeting includes a special online event, “Our Water, Our Environment and Our Way of Life: Economic Drivers for the Wimberley Valley.” that features round table discussions with Wimberley Valley experts and keynote speakers: Lon Shell, Hays County Pct. 3 Commissioner Dr. Joni Charles, Associate Professor of Economics at … Continue reading Our Water, Our Environment and Our Way of Life: Economic Drivers for the Wimberley Valley
There will be a second meeting for Cypress Creek Nature Trail (CCNT) stakeholders. The meeting will be facilitated by a third-party specialist and is designed to take stakeholders through an assessment of the status of the CCNT and Preserve.