As one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation with 10,000 or more residents, according to Census Bureau statistics, officials say land conservation is a topic of concern in Comal County. The Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance, the Hill Country Alliance and the League of Women Voters of the Comal Area have joined forces to find a solution.
“All three of the groups are committed to continue working towards this end and any facet for planning for growth in Comal County because we think Comal County is a really special place, and we don’t want to lose that,” Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Executive Director Annalisa Peace said.
Peace said a conference last February hosted by the three groups spurred the conversation about land-conservation efforts, and a series of meetings and panel presentations focused around land conservation have spurred the conversation about land conservation efforts… Read more from Community Impact