At CCCA, we believe that the work to preserve natural habitats and healthy natural systems in our county is an effort that is benefitted by the representation and participation of all segments of our community, embracing the rich diversity of talent, perspectives, experiences, and needs found throughout our county. Diversity includes people of different ages, races and ethnicities, abilities and disabilities, genders, religions, cultures, and sexual orientations. All are welcome and encouraged to participate in the effort to preserve land, water, and wildlife in Comal County.
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Calling All Nature Lovers: CCCA 2022 Interest Survey
CCCA has just published its 2022 Interest Survey – the first one since 2018! We hope you’ll respond to the Survey and then plan to come to the Volunteer Fair in October. Thanks to our great volunteers and community support, CCCA has come a long way in these first four years - but there is still much to be done. The broad variety of skills and experience found in our Comal community are impressive and are needed to take CCCA to the next level.
Please take a minute to fill out the short survey and tell us how you’d like to help. Click HERE and get started.
Working together we can make a difference!
Get Your Yard Sign: Let your neighbors know why your yard is brown!
CCCA has received a supply of “I'm Not Watering . . .” yard signs from the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance (GEAA) to encourage and support individual efforts to save water during the current drought by not watering lawns!
You can pick up your yard sign from four locations: Headwaters at the Comal, New Braunfels Public Library, Tye Preston Memorial Library, or the GEAA office.
The signs are free to anyone who wants one, and are available in 3 different versions showing support for either Local Farmers, Hill Country Springs, or Whooping Cranes. (Residents in HOAs may want to check signage restrictions before ordering.)
To get your yard sign, go to https://form.jotform.com/222106123852041 for more information.
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Watch Our "It's Our Turn!" Video
It's Our Turn!
People have been coming to Comal County for ages, and many who came before us were good stewards of the land. They cared for and protected the land, waterways, and unique natural features. Over time, individual families found ways to ensure that some of these special places could belong to the people.
This video recognizes their contributions and highlights the many benefits these special areas have provided us and our families. It’s our turn now, to ensure these and other natural areas are protected for the benefit of future generations.