Commentary: Given the state’s hands-off, anti-regulatory culture, this week’s news should be celebrated cautiously as a welcome exception to the rule.
Experts and legislators discussed the decline of monarch butterfly and bee populations in Texas.
Vireo numbers have grown, thanks to work by the states, the U.S. Army, Mexico, private landowners, and environmental groups, federal officials said.
A lawsuit over an endangered songbird that pits the state of Texas against the U.S. Department of the Interior will continue, according to a federal court ruling.
City leaders said they are all for moving forward with a plan designed to preserve sensitive habitat and natural resources.
Younger generations and newcomers to the South Texas region have enjoyed relative peace when it comes to water wars.
The Edwards Aquifer Authority’s (EAA) Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), designed to guide the protection of water flow and species in the Edwards Aquifer region, is passing muster with a distinguished independent review panel of national experts.
Three years ago, the undeclared Edwards Aquifer water war came to an end after a half century of regional conflict that pitted San Antonio and dozens of regional entities against one another in a feud that divided generations of neighbors.