Hays County Passes Water Resolution

On February 3 Hays County Commissioners’ Court took an important first step, in order to, start the process for legislation to address un-regulated commercial pumping of our groundwater resources. Commissioner Conley is encouraging all jurisdictions in Hays County and surrounding areas to pass similar resolutions. “It’s important our state officials hear from our entire community” stated Commissioner Conley. Read the Resolution. Learn about upcoming public meetings and the latest details on this issue at http://www.saveourwells.com

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Stormwaters Brewing on the Llano River

  • February 3, 2015
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“I am a rural Texan family farmer. I am a downstream stakeholder/landowner. I have surface water rights that run with my land. These rights and this river I guard intensely, for they are integral to my livelihood and my children’s future. As some say, they are “golden.” “…The system is broken when we cannot protect our most basic elemental resource – clean water.” Read more from Bill Neiman in his article published in TWA’s Texas Wildlife Magazine.

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Two upcoming Night Sky events

  • February 1, 2015
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There are two events this February where you can learn how to save money, preserve our night skies and enjoy some star gazing with friends and family. Join HCA for “Better Lights for Starry Nights” at the Johnson City Library Feb 17 and Enchanted Rock Star Festival Feb 21. Learn more about protecting night skies here.

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