Sponsored Post - from the Save Barton Creek Association Obsessed with Barton Springs? Love the outdoors? Want to find a way to help protect Austin's natural resources? The Save Barton Creek Association is looking for volunteers like you all summer long. Every Saturday, SBCA sets up a table at Barton Springs...

From the Save Barton Creek Association - SBCA is happy to announce our adoption of a portion of Barton Creek for Adopt-A-Creek! This is a program by Keep Austin Beautiful and the Watershed Department to keep citizens involved in the protection of our waterways by adopting...

In August, we let you know that the City of Dripping Springs had applied for a permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to discharge up to 995,000 gallons of treated sewage into Onion Creek each day. Why would this matter to us, all the way in Austin? Onion Creek...

From the Save Barton Creek Association - The Issue: The City of Dripping Springs has applied for a direct discharge wastewater permit to discharge 995,000 gallons/day of treated sewage into Onion Creek. This water would still contain nitrates and phosphates that cause algae blooms and reduce...

From the Mother Earth Day Festival - Bill Oliver brings together music, puppet shows, murals, interactive booths, games, art, local wildlife, and youngsters to create Mother Earth Day at the Springs.  This would be an “Earth Day” specifically for and about Barton Springs, Barton Creek, and this...