Clean groundwater, available in sufficient quantities to sustain the entire ecosystem, is essential to Wimberley Valley's ongoing cultural and commercial prosperity. The Association's mission was specifically developed to ensure communities are aware of their connection and responsibilities to the watershed and are capable of implementing water policies that will ensure water quality and availability for future generations:
- Advocate for clean, clear flowing springs and streams and the sustained health of the Wimberley Valley.
- Engage the community in land and water stewardship through research and education at the Jacob's Well Natural Area.
Jacob's Well Natural Area Master Plan
Year-End Report 2011
2011 saw many successful steps toward achieving our goals, including the permanent protection of land surrounding Jacob’s Well spring. Read more about our activities in the 2011 Year-End Report.
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2011 Year-End Report Contents
Executive Summary (1.6 MB)
Education & Outreach Program Report (0.7 MB)
Policy & Advocacy Program Report (0.6 MB)
Land Stewardship Program Report (0.7 MB)
Research & Monitoring Program Report (3.8 MB)
Malcolm Harris, President
Jack Hollon, Vice President
Pokey Rehmet, Treasurer