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Down the Devils

Down the Devils

Land Stewardship Resources

With gear loaded, we shove out into the river, slipping the canoe through a small break in the cattails. Where we launch, the current is moderate and the river is wide so the paddling is akin to being on a pond. We spend a few minutes coordinating our paddle strokes and situating our gear before heading downstream. The excitement is evident as conversation is light and brisk. However, our attitudes are merely a ruse, for downstream the roar of Texas’ largest waterfall awaits us. There is no turning back now, so we paddle on.


2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

Wildlife Resources

The day-long program, was the fifth installment of the organization’s Private Lands Summit, is scheduled for July 12, 2018 at the J.W. Marriott in San Antonio. The event explored the multi-faceted issues associated with the proposal to build a physical barrier stretching from Texas to California.


Riparian Notes

Riparian Notes

Water Resources

By: Steve Nelle, NRCS Texas


Where the First Raindrop Falls

Where the First Raindrop Falls

Water Resources

Published in Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine, July 2009


Land-Based Water Conservation and Water Yield Practices: Monitoring Strategies

Land-Based Water Conservation and Water Yield Practices: Monitoring Strategies

Water Resources

Study submitted to Region L South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group
Study by: Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources and Grazingland Management Systems, Inc.
Sponsored by: Texas Wildlife Association Foundation


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