SA Bay Floating Classroom for Kids: The San Antonio Bay Partnership (SABP) is raising funds to develop an environmental education program called “San Antonio Bay Week.”, tentatively scheduled to start October 13, 2014. The program will provide K-12 students living in the watershed of San Antonio Bay the opportunity to participate in a hands-on environmental education program aboard the Texas Floating Classroom vessel. For more information about this project contact Kiersten Stanzel (361-813-1401; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Explore SA Bay Paddling Series: join us on Sunday morning October 26 to Paddle into the Lagoon near of Port O’Connor. See details here.
Water for Wildlife: During Phase I of the “Water for Wildlife” initiative, the San Antonio Bay Partnership is working in conjunction with the Aransas National Wildlife to rehabilitate four wells. The project will also strive to create public awareness of Whooping Crane freshwater needs by generating publicity about the well refurbishment through an outreach and education campaign.
Generous contributions from the following organizations have made this project possible: AEP, Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program, Friends of Aransas and Matagorda Island National Wildlife Refuges, San Antonio River Authority, and Texas State Aquarium – Wildlife Care, Conservation, and Rehabilitation Fund. However, the project still needs more financial support. If you would like to contribute to the “Water for Wildlife” initiative and help install water wells on the Refuge or contact James Dodson at 361-649-1518, email@example.com.
Fresh Water Inflows: SABP has contracted with the Texas Water Development Board to conduct studies related to ensuring minimal environmental flows to the SA Bay estuary. Click here for link to FW Inflows page. Contact James Dodson at 361-649-1518, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.