This Land is Our Land

Dated: January 15 2021

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Imagine a stretch of nature that connects the great cities of San Antonio and Austin. Seems impossible? Well, at the Great Springs Project, the impossible is becoming reality. 

The preposed park will have hiking and bike trails for locals to enjoy, as well providing a much needed nature oasis for city dwellers. The park would also protect the springs that feed Edwards Aquifer, a water source we all rely on. 

Would you like a green belt connecting San Antonio to Austin? Let us know your thoughts!

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