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A Wild Idea - celebrating 20 years of protecting water through land conserv...

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Onion Creek management unit of the Water Quality Protection Lands (Driftwood area) - directions link sent upon registration

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For 20 years the Water Quality Protection Lands have protected and restored land, groundwater, working ranches, and open space to benefit Barton Springs. As our hill country community grows, these lands represent some of the last wild places for wildlife and people.

Join us for a few hours, or for a full day, to celebrate the successes of this community-driven conservation effort.


10:00am-12:00pm

Guided hikes focused on restoration ecology with Water Quality Protection Lands staff. Additional registration required to attend hikes: www.austintexas.gov/wildlandevents

12:00-1:00pm

Tacos, live music from Harvest Thieves, crawl-through cave simulator

Share your memories - new or old - of the Water Quality Protection Lands in the wildland story corps booth

1:00-2:00pm - the main event!

Welcome and brief reflections on this program

Premiere of A Wild Idea, a 30-minute documentary film about the Water Quality Protection Lands

2:00-3:00pm

More time for music, activities, and tall tales


Please note, these are conservation lands and city code prevents the consumption of alcohol, smoking, vaping, and pets. Thanks for your consideration!

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Onion Creek management unit of the Water Quality Protection Lands (Driftwood area) - directions link sent upon registration

Texas

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