Written by Susan Campbell on Mar 4 2020 - 3:30pm
Join us with your toddler for a fun filled morning of nature activities. Saturday May 2, 2020 at the Urban Ecology Center. Great for the whole family! For more information see: www.philhardbergerpark.org    
Written by JamiAlise on Apr 5 2017 - 3:30pm
There is no description for this event at this time. 
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Dec 6 2016 - 3:04am
The Parks Community Bond Committee on Monday, Dec. 5, finalized its recommendations toward the city’s planned 2017 bond. Committee members spent nearly four hours making proposals and counter-proposals. Negotiations during brief breaks took place. A few tense moments, also, were present.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Nov 18 2016 - 2:35pm
The citizen committees studying San Antonio's planned 2017 bond are more than halfway through their work. Members of the parks and recreation committee, though, are offering varying opinions that reflect a growing number of residents who hope to get more attention for smaller, less visible projects citywide.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Nov 3 2016 - 12:45pm
Residents packed the auditorium at San Antonio Central Library Nov. 2 to speak in support of millions of dollars in bond-funded projects to improve the city's largest parks, including Brackenridge, Hardberger, McAllister and the Hemisfair Civic Park. The meeting was the last chance for citizens to be heard by the Parks and Recreation Bond Committee on proposals for the $850 million bond package that will go before voters in 2017.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Aug 7 2012 - 3:30pm
Led by Wendy Drezek of the Sierra Club and staffed by an accompanying Master Naturalist. Participants will walk along the Savanna Trail to the savanna restoration area and then proceed to the Oak Loop Trail. There will be a few stops along the trail where certain plants and points of ecological interest will be explained with ample time for participant questions. 
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Jul 29 2012 - 7:37pm
In this video, Matt Mooney describes the rainwater harvesting system he designed and built using a recycled satellite dish to provide water to wildlife in San Antonio's Hardberger Park. The project was his final assignment to become an Eagle Scout, the highest rank given within the Boy Scouts of America. Mooney continues with the best practices behind maintaining a rainwater harvesting system.
Written by Amanda Evrard on May 19 2011 - 12:14am
NOWCastSA received a sneak-peak tour of San Antonio's newest public park. Located at 8400 NW Military Highway, Phil Hardberger Park West is a natural area with modern amenities. Employees are working around the clock to prepare for the park's grand opening, scheduled for Saturday, May 21. See the video tour below, or scroll down for more information about the grand opening.