A 2016 study conducted on the 46-acre property [northwest of Loop 1604 and Interstate 10 in San Antonio] determined that it had habitat suitable for the endangered golden-cheeked warbler songbird and karst invertebrates
Read the full article by John Tedesco here.
Rivers, Aquifers, Land...Oh My!
"Even though Texas is a water-filled state, increased population numbers are adding to a strain on total water supply. Existing supplies are expected to decline by approximately 11 percent between 2020 and 2070. On the flip side, water demand is expected to increase by 17 percent in the same time frame."
Read the full article by Adeline Fox here.
"In addition to concerns for drinking water shortages, Helen Ballew, vice president of the Comal County Conservation Alliance—whose mission is to preserve local land, water and wildlife—stresses the relationship between groundwater and surface water."
Read the full article by Rachel Nelson here.
Drought's the Norm, Water's Not
"...Annalisa Peace, executive director of Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance (GEAA), said those who move to the arid Texas hill country would do well to remember that Canyon Lake is prone to cyclical droughts."
Read the full article by Stephanie Johnson here.