Giving Tuesday – Support Your Watershed!


The work of the Watershed Association is ever more important as droughts, increases in pumping, and rapid development threaten the Hill Country’s finite water resources.  As a non-profit, we rely on your support to strengthen our land conservation, watershed protection, science, art, and education efforts.  Please consider a donation this Giving Tuesday to support your … Continue reading Giving Tuesday – Support Your Watershed!

Roughhouse Brewing event features Clear Springs Lager, benefiting watershed awareness


We’re so excited that Roughhouse Brewing’s newest small batch brew is a cause-brew benefiting the Watershed Association!  Clear Springs is a light lager with a hint of Meyer lemon.  The Watershed Association continues to expand its impact across central Texas through all of our programs, including our recent work through the Art4Water Kite Exhibit and … Continue reading Roughhouse Brewing event features Clear Springs Lager, benefiting watershed awareness

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

TCEQ Pristine Streams Stakeholder Meeting – Aug. 31, 1:30-4:30


On March 30, 2022, TCEQ Commissioners voted to deny the Pristine Streams Rule Change Petition, but they opened the door for continued discussion with staff and stakeholders on how to better protect Texas’ pristine streams.  Nearly 5 months later, TCEQ is holding a Pristine Streams Stakeholders Meeting, so staff can present and hear from the … Continue reading TCEQ Pristine Streams Stakeholder Meeting – Aug. 31, 1:30-4:30

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