Conservation organization releases report on health of local environment

Conservation organization releases report on health of local environment

A recently released report from the Texas Hill Country Conservation Network examined the current state of conservation and growth in the Hill Country. What it revealed was a region at a crossroads, facing threats to its future. Read more from Madi Teleschow at...
Conservation and growth are focus of ‘State of the Hill Country’.

Conservation and growth are focus of ‘State of the Hill Country’.

The Texas Hill Country Conservation Network is made of dozens of non-profits, government agencies, academic institutions and aligned private businesses from across the 18-counties in the region. The Network wants to continue to see growth, but also protect the areas...
State of the Hill Country: Growth in unincorporated areas of Kendall County

State of the Hill Country: Growth in unincorporated areas of Kendall County

Editorial by Ben Eldredge, Cibolo Center for Conservation As the new State of the Hill Country Report illustrates, the Hill Country population has increased by 50% since 1990, with most of this growth occurring along the I-35 corridor. The fastest growing counties are...
Population growth challenges Texas’ Hill Country

Population growth challenges Texas’ Hill Country

Booming population growth, coupled with changing climate patterns, unslakable groundwater thirst and political challenges, leave the Texas Hill Country newly vulnerable. What they’re saying: “The Hill Country’s breathtaking vistas, natural spaces,...
Report: Edwards Aquifer Protection Program ‘brightest success story for conservation in Texas’

Report: Edwards Aquifer Protection Program ‘brightest success story for conservation in Texas’

A first-of-its-kind report on the growth and environmental health of the Texas Hill Country cites the San Antonio Edwards Aquifer Protection Program as a shining example of conservation efforts in Texas, and is urging other Texas cities to follow suit. Produced by the...