Hill Country water advocates from across the region gathered in Bandera on Oct. 13 for a day of learning, connecting, and strategizing for water stewardship in our region.

“The work to protect our aquifers and rivers is challenging but vital to the longterm prosperity of the Hill Country. It makes all the difference to be able to work together, learn from one another, and celebrate each other’s successes,” said Hill Country Alliance (HCA) Water Program Manager Marisa Bruno.

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