The misconception goes like this, and has for more than a century: If we focus too much on saving the past we won’t have a future or any new development.
When it comes to thinking “outside the box,” the San Antonio Water System leads the nation in innovation
Mayor Ron Nirenberg renewed the Mayor’s Monarch Pledge, to continue San Antonio’s status as the first National Wildlife Federation Monarch Butterfly Champion City
Board Chairman Berto Guerra and Mayor Ron Nirenberg said SAWS can and must better educate the public about conservation and the new water rate structure.
SAWS residential customers have enthusiastically embraced conservation both inside their homes and in how they water their yards.
On Thursday close to 100 people streamed into the halls of the Instituto Cultural de México’s Monarch-inspired exhibition to learn about the mystical nature of Monarch butterflies and their vulnerable migration route.
A third female Asian elephant, Karen, has joined the group at the San Antonio Zoo this week.
The San Antonio Conservation Society has hired Vincent Michael, who served as executive director of the Palo Alto, CA-based Global Heritage Fund from 2012-2015, to be its next executive director, it was announced Friday. Michael is replacing Bruce MacDougal who served as executive director of the Conservation Society for more than 25 years before retiring in March and moving to Williamsburg, VA.
For residents or business owners curious about how the proposed San Antonio Water System (SAWS) rate structure will effect their monthly bills, the SAWS Community Conservation Committee (CCC) will be hosting an explanation and discussion of the rate structure at 11:30 am on Wednesday July, 15 at SAWS Headquarters.
Lewis Fisher started as journalist at the San Antonio Express-News in 1969 and has since become an author, historian, and publisher.