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July 10, 2015
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Hill Country NewsIndustrial Wind Development Public Meeting July 16 in Mason
Save Our Scenic Hill Country Environment (SOSHCE) will be hosting a meeting July 16th to educate landowners about industrial wind development in Mason and Menard Counties. SOSHE’s recent member update also includes information about attempted legislation to end CREZ, the Blumenthal line and other news related to wind development, transmission and scenic blight...
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June 28, 2015


STAND WITH TEXAS FLOOD VICTIMS!SIGN THE PETITIONThis petition will be delivered to Senator Ted Cruz:Concerns about climate change aren't just politics. Meet with Hays County residents to discuss their concerns about role of climate change in making Texas floods more severe!A letter from Scott & Carol Price, whose home was devastated in the Memorial Day flood in Wimberley, Texas:          Dear Majesta,
We never thought the floodwaters would reach our home more than 40 feet above the Blanco Riveroutside of Austin...
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HCA Press Release - Six Schools Win Grants to Fund Conservation Projects
June 04, 2015
June 4, 2015 Blanco Middle School
(Bee Cave, TX) Managers of the Rainwater Revival school grant program were happily overwhelmed with 13 terrific grant applications from Hill Country schools this year. Though all projects had merit, the three judges made difficult choices and picked six deserving schools to receive $1,000 awards each...
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