Spring Water Revival
Spring Water Revival: Splash into learning, spring into action!
Presented by the Hill Country Alliance
This spring, the Hill Country Alliance is proud to announce the first annual Spring Water Revival – a month-long, springtime celebration of water in the Hill Country. Throughout April, we will dive into the many ways water revives our communities, spirits, and our hope for the future through programming that focuses on education, outreach, and action. Join us for events, activities, and news celebrating the Hill Country’s water—one of our most precious resources. Click here to learn more and share the news.
After ten years hosting the Rainwater Revival – a family-friendly, one-day event – the Hill Country Alliance is excited to expand beyond rainwater and highlight the many ways water revives, renews, and reconnects us with community and place. This month-long campaign covers all things water – from our region’s iconic rivers and swimming holes to the groundwater beneath our feet to the very infrastructure bringing water to your sink.
Residents and communities are also encouraged to get involved and take action by passing proclamations to annually acknowledge and affirm the importance of water – one of the Hill Country’s most precious natural resources. If you are interested in hosting or supporting a Spring Water Revival event, please contact HCA’s Water Program Manager, Sydney Beckner (email@example.com).
Additional Water Resources from our Partners
Read on and click around for events, activities, news, and a gazillion ways to safeguard and celebrate water all month long.
TREAD Talk: Water Series
Webinars: April 4, 13, 19 & 27 | 6 – 7 PM
Water conservation is essential to a healthy Texas. The protection and enhancement of water resources and the preservation of our natural heritage are of the utmost importance to our economy and our quality of life. Texas Real Estate Advocacy and Defense (TREAD) Coalition is hosting a series of conversations with experts in the field of water to discuss ways that the Texas Legislature currently handles water allocation, wastewater, and conservation.
Austin Watershed Protection Department: Rain to River Plan
Kickoff: April 19 | 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Do you live in the Austin-area? If so, the City of Austin’s Watershed Protection Department needs your help! Rain to River is a strategic plan that will guide the work of the Watershed Protection Department for the next 10 years and replace the current Watershed Protection Strategic Plan. Click here to register for our Virtual Kick-Off Event (Tuesday, April 19 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.). Click here to take the Community Vision Survey and share your experiences with Austin’s natural spaces, waterways, and drainage infrastructure. Visit www.raintoriveratx.com to learn more about Rain to River and the Watershed Protection Department.
ART4Water – Sacred Springs Kite Exhibition
Austin Central Library: May 7
The Wimberley Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) and Sky Wind World are thrilled to announce the inaugural event of Art4Water, the Sacred Springs Kite Exhibition. After receiving almost 200 submissions, over 30+ artists and 50+ pieces were chosen to represent the Sacred Springs of Texas and raise awareness of the vital connection of water to life. The exhibition, which will transform the Austin Central Library into a colorful oasis, is free to the public (starting May 7th!) and features work from artists across the country.
The Spring Water Revival is an initiative of the Hill Country Alliance Water Program. Contact Sydney Beckner, Water Program Manager for questions, events, and ways to get involved.