By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
City Council unanimously approved a more than $7.6 million payment to various property owners Thursday for a conservation easement on 2,830 acres of undeveloped land in Medina and Bandera counties.
The first official week of spring heralds the start of watering season, when people with turf grass often begin to apply potable water to their lawns.
Research shows that time spent outside is exactly what children need to develop the true core competencies needed to excel in the classroom and beyond.
Some projects that align with the master plan are already included in the proposed 2017 Municipal Bond that will go to voters on May 6.
While it’s not the end of natural resource conservation, Douglas Brinkley predicts Trump will de-prioritize or rollback climate change mitigation.
Three mussel species within the San Antonio River Authority’s purview are candidates for gaining federal endangered status.
New Zealand took a radically different approach in 2014 with the Te Urewera Act which granted an 821-square-mile forest the legal status of a person.
Hundreds of children and adults gathered at the Pearl on Saturday to attend the culmination of the three-day Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival.
Beyond chemical threats, humans are destroying important habitats that Monarchs rely on during their long migration. As cities expand and many forests are reduced, locations for milkweed and other important plants decline as well. But climate change is the biggest threat.