Join us on Saturday, November 11, at the Coke Stevenson Memorial Center in Junction, TX to learn more about where your water comes from, how to manage your land to conserve that water, and the laws that govern the ground and surface waters of Texas.
In recent years the Hill Country’s waters have become threatened by ongoing droughts, new developments, and new dams on our rivers and streams. Beyond these threats it’s important for landowners to understand the other factors that determine the availability of water. Three of these factors are the geology of groundwater and surface water, the management of soil and vegetation on the land, and the laws that govern groundwater and surface waters in Texas.
Register now by going to https://www.llanoriver.org/workshop or https://www.llanoriver.org/ to register online or for a form to register by mail. The registration fee is $10. Don’t miss this timely workshop on the critical water resources in our part of the Hill Country. Contact for the workshop is Scott Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org or 830-459-2271