Southern Edwards Habitat Conservation Plan - how does it impact the Llano?

Several SLWA stakeholders have inquired about the notice of a public meeting on February 4th in Kerrville to discuss the Southern Edwards Plateau Habitat Conservation Plan and Environmental Impact Statement. What is this and does it impact landowners in the watershed? Spoiler alert : It does not affect landowners in the watershed. What is it then? There are several endangered species located in the Southern Edwards Plateau. Of course we know the golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo. Closer to San Antonio, there are also karst invertebrates that are protected, including the Government Canyon Bat Cave spider, Braken Cave meshweaver, and Helotes mold beetle. As San Antonio and Bexar C

SLWA Planning Meeting 2015

SLWA Planning Meeting January 17 2015 The South Llano Watershed Alliance Board, along with other members of the Alliance met on Saturday, January 17th, 2015 at Native American Seed to discuss our efforts in the coming year. Four major activities were discussed. Oasis Fire Workshop Following the April 2011 Oasis Pipeline Fire, the Alliance (in partnership state and local organizations) responded by gathering restoration experts from around the state to come to Junction, visit the wildfire site, and develop restoration suggestions for affected land owners. These suggestions were presented at a Recovery and Restoration Workshop in November 2011. Four years later, SLWA (in conjunction with Texa

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