Decisions about the October Estuary Education Program will be made soon. Given the current uncertainty in school protocols, it is possible that the program will be delayed until spring as was done after Hurricane Harvey. We will keep you advised! You can find the full details of our Archimedes fundraising efforts here.
As recent observations of stream flow and drought index data have revealed an increasingly alarming trend in the South Central Texas/Middle Texas Coast region, SABP has compiled the most recent data into a series of images illustrating the current status of drought conditions, stream flow, and salinity.
This information will be updated weekly.
Through the efforts of San Antonio Bay Partnership and Community Sponsors, the Texas Parks and Wildlife trail system added a new trail in Seadrift. This trail is the last segment of the famous Texas Water Safari and is a nice mix of river and bay paddling. Click Here for the story of the inaugural paddle and watch the video.
On Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at Santikos Palladium, the San Antonio River Authority (SARA) hosted their third annual Watershed Wise Awards. This award recognizes individuals and organizations who have helped to raise awareness of watershed issues relevant to SARA’s vision and mission. Allan Berger, SABP Chair received the award and was featured in SARA’s awards video which was shown along with the SARA’s Environmental Film Festival.
The award video and film fest will be repeated on Thursday, June 28 6 pm – 9 pm at Kenedy City Hall, 303 W Main St. The festival features films about environmental efforts across the country and internationally. It is truly inspiring.
San Antonio River Authority Watershed Wise Awards video features the 2017-2018 award recipients including SABP Chair, Allan Berger! Click here to watch video.