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Jacob’s Well Natural Area Swim Season Ends, Park Remains Open for Nature Activities
August 28, 2014




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Jacob’s Well Natural Area Swim Season Ends, Park Remains Open for Nature Activities
Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – Jacob’s Well Natural Area will close to swimmers for the winter following the Labor Day weekend so that park employees can work on restoration activities...
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GEAA publishes Manual for Edwards Aquifer region
August 28, 2014

Dear GEAA members and friends,

I am delighted to announce the completion of GEAA’s latest publication, Watershed Stewardship for the Edwards Aquifer Region, a Low Impact Development Manual.  This project has been in the works for years, and we are so happy to have finally sent it off to the printers!  You can access the full publication on-line here.


This manual was designed for developers, landscape architects, and all of those who live on, or are planning to build over our fragile aquifer recharge areas...
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Neighbor to Neighbor News Pass it on...Hill Country News...August 27, 2014
August 27, 2014





Truck Stop in Hill Country Threatens Llano River

Hill Country preservationists are calling on state officials to act after Pilot Flying J, the nation’s largest truck stop operator and diesel fuel retailer, broke ground on an environmentally sensitive site in Junction only a few hundred yards from the banks of the North Fork of the Llano River. Read more from the Rivard Report...
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