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Coalition builds deal to buy, preserve 1,500 acres near famed bat cave
October 21, 2014
By Drew Joseph October 9, 2014 | Updated: October 10, 2014 1:56pmBilly Calzada / San Antonio Express-News  SAN ANTONIO — After more than a year of cobbling together a deal, a group of public officials and private organizations will buy 1,500 acres near Bracken Cave, the seasonal home for millions of bats, and prevent any future development there, officials said.

Galo Properties has agreed to sell the land for $20.5 million, said San Antonio Councilman Ron Nirenberg, who has been spearheading the effort...
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Place your bid to help Hill Country Schools promote conservation
October 21, 2014

Join us this Saturday for the 5th Annual Rainwater Revival, 10:00am to 4:00pm in Dripping Springs.
The 5th Annual Rainwater Revival is almost here! Join us this Saturday for a full day of education, entertainment and celebration.The Rainwater Revival is a day long edu-fest where you can learn all about rainwater harvesting and water conservation from expert speakers, get advice and services from knowledgeable exhibitors, enjoy local treats and live music, and let the little ones create and learn at the Raindrop Stop...
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Texas Sees Significant Decline in Rural Land | The Texas Tribune
October 17, 2014

Texas Sees Significant Decline in Rural Landby Marcos Vanetta and Neena SatijaOctober 3, 2014

The vast majority of Texas land — 83 percent — is part of a farm, ranch or forest. But Texas is losing such rural land more than any other state, in large part because of the exploding growth of metropolitan areas, according to newly released data...
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