This month, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality held public hearings for discharges affecting Honey Creek and Commissioners Creek.
New CEO Sabina Carr will lead the San Antonio Botanical Garden into a new era.
After a relatively cool, wet spring, hot and dry temperatures throughout July and August have led most of the state to shift into drought conditions.
Starting Sept. 16, Lake Gonzales, Meadow Lake, Lake Placid, and Lake McQueeney are all to be drained, or “dewatered,” in the language of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority.
Salamander species unique to the Edwards Aquifer and neighboring caves can provide evolutionary clues to biologists and other scientists.
Commentary: When leaders make public policy decisions by ignoring instead of adapting, it becomes a dangerous warning to those inevitably left behind.
The Bat Loco Bash draws thousands of onlookers to watch the bats under the Camden Street Bridge over the San Antonio River take flight.
A family business started by a San Antonio mother and daughter, Compost Queens is about finding the best possible use for the scraps of leftover food from homes and restaurants that might otherwise harm the environment.
A Hill Country bat preserve will reopen to the public a little more than a year after a cloud of pesticide drifted over cave visitors from a nearby ranch.
Robert Amerman started as a San Antonio River Foundation volunteer in 2011. Eight years later, he is stepping down from his role as executive director.