A plan that seeks to reduce water resource concerns by addressing water quality and quantity issues in the Upper San Marcos River Watershed.
In 2014, a team of scientists at The Meadows Center set out to answer this seemingly simple question—how much water is in the Hill Country?
This project will obtain high-resolution data for Spring Lake in order to determine the influence of various water sources on the water quality of Spring Lake and the Upper San Marcos River.
This online atlas provides the first-ever complete biological overview of the Blanco watershed.
Cypress Creek Watershed Protection Plan aims to ensure the Cypress Creek watershed is preserved and that water quality standards are maintained for present and future generations.
As part of a larger "How much water is in the Hill Country?" study, this project focuses on understanding the interaction of surface water and groundwater in the Pedernales watershed.
This site focuses on the water resources found in the hills of Central Texas, including the basics about aquifers, the management of groundwater, and the economic value of the water.