Don’t miss this informative podcast featuring Hill Country Conservancy’s Frank Davis and learn what you need to know about clean water in Central Texas. Click here to listen to the full podcast now!
By Nicole Cirino Austin Market Coordinator REI Outdoor Programs & ExperiencesREI leading stretching exercises before the 2019 NTD on the VCT Fun Run. What a dream it is to be inspired by your work. I moved to Texas three years ago. Having spent my entire life living in the Northeast, immersing myself into new landscapes was a thrill I dove …
For this very special edition of Hill Country Conservancy’s guest blogger series, founding CEO, George Cofer reflects on the last 20 years of progress in conservation then passes the baton to incoming CEO Dan Eck who illuminates a path moving forward.
In 1947, my grandparents, Amber and “Tex” Nalle, purchased 75 acres of thick, remote, cedar country along the banks of Lake Austin. Tex lovingly called Amber “Rabbit,” or “Bunny,” and it was said that everything Tex owned, Bunny ran, hence the name “Bunny Run.”