The Blanco River is one of the primary river networks that Central Texas communities depend upon for drinking water, flood abatement, agricultural production and recreation.
Thanks to collaborative conservation work conducted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), landowners and other local partners, the Blanco River was named one of 20 “Waters to Watch” by the National Fish Habitat Partnership in 2018.
The “Waters to Watch” are voluntary, locally-driven projects representing some of the top conservation activities in progress implemented by regional Fish Habitat Partnerships throughout the country.
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