The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, in partnership with Joni Charles, associate professor in the McCoy College of Business Administration, has released findings from a year-long study that explores public knowledge of groundwater issues, including availability and quality...
A majority of respondents did understand what groundwater is, but only seven respondents could answer which aquifer was the source of their groundwater. This shows that for groundwater conservation efforts to be effective, groundwater conservation districts should increase educational efforts to connect resident knowledge to a watershed perspective...
Read the full story by Jayme Blaschke here.
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better - it’s not." — Dr. Seuss
At CCCA, we believe that the work to preserve nature and maintain the 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.