14 De Noviembre De 2017 6:00 p.m. Mexican American Unity Council Community Center 2300 W. Commerce St. San Antonio, TX 78207 La Ciudad de San Antonio y la Autoridad Fluvial del Río San Antonio se han asociado para diseñar y construir senderos lineales a lo largo del Arroyo Alazán. El equipo del proyecto proveerá actualizaciones sobre el diseño y características del nuevo sendero. Agradeceríamos su presencia y opinión sobre el diseño y las conexiones a los vecindarios. ¡Su opinión es importante para nosotros! www.westsidecreeks.com
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Written by Trey Herrera on Nov 12 2017 - 9:33pm
Written by Trey Herrera on Oct 13 2017 - 8:59pm
This year, the popular Water Forum is featuring a panel of local leaders discussing the intrinsic and economic value of rivers and creeks in our community. Opening Comments by Mike Lackey, P.E., Board Chairman, San Antonio River Authority, and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff. Panelists: Nicole Silk, President, River Network; Suzanne Scott, General Manager, San Antonio River Authority, Lyle Larson, House Natural Resource Chairman, and Ron Nirenberg, Mayor, City of San Antonio.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 27 2015 - 8:56pm
The Edge: Helping you catch up and get ahead Ancient irrigation technique saves water, keeps plants happy
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 17 2015 - 5:04pm
In this essay on video, Carmen Tafolla, the 2015 Poet Laureate of the State of Texas, asks us to change the way we look at history.
Written by annalisapeace on Jan 15 2015 - 7:01pm
Challenged by the prospect of thousands of new houses being located within the Edwards Aquifer watershed, the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance set about studying methods that might mitigate the effects of suburban development in this extremely fragile area. The result is a 106-page manual that is intended to fill a gap in the storm water management measures that currently protect the Edwards Aquifer in Central Texas.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Nov 8 2012 - 6:41pm
REPLAY VIDEO: Join the live webcast as the San Antonio River Missions Descendants present the inaugural Indigenous Peace Gathering a program of music and dance celebrating the history and ancestral traditions of the Native Americans who helped build the Catholic missions of San Antonio in the 18th century. You can watch the video and participate in the chat live right here. The video will be archived, so you can come back and replay the video later.
Written by Jerry Rodriguez on Aug 10 2010 - 3:36pm
Jerry Rodriguez, who lives in the Southtown area, took these photos while walking along the trails around the Probandt Street and Theo Avenue bridges on Aug. 10. The photos show the progress along the banks of the "Mission Reach" section of the San Antonio River.In this slideshow of those photos, you can see workers sandblasting designs of the natural habitat into a newly completed bridge over the river.Read NOWCastSA's story on the Mission Reach project here