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Great Springs Project

Joined in April 2020

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Mission and Vision – The Great Springs Project envisions a national park-scale corridor of publicly and privately protected watershed lands between the densely urban areas of Austin and San Antonio over the Edwards Aquifer recharge and contributing zones. This green corridor will be connected by a network of trails, linking four of Texas’ Great Springs: Barton Springs, San Marcos Springs, Comal Springs, and San Antonio Springs.

Background and Accomplishments – Formed in 2018 to partner with local cities and regional organizations, GSP has begun assembling an outstanding board and staff to launch a campaign to raise local, statewide, and national private and public funds to preserve and protect watershed lands between Austin and San Antonio with the goal of building a hike-and-bike trail to connect the four great streams. 


Mission and Vision – The Great Springs Project envisions a national park-scale corridor of publicly and privately protected watershed lands between the densely urban areas of Austin and San Antonio over the Edwards Aquifer recharge and…

Issue Areas Include

  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Rural Areas
  • Transportation
  • Urban Areas
  • Water & Sanitation

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