May 28

Shoal Creek Conservancy Awarded 2014 REI Grant

We are happy to announce that the Shoal Creek Conservancy has been granted funding from REI, a national outdoor retail co-op dedicated to inspiring, educating and outfitting its members and the community for a lifetime of outdoor adventure and stewardship….Read More

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May 22

West Sixth Street Bridge Nominated for National Register

We are pleased to announce that the beautifully handcrafted West 6th Street Bridge over Shoal Creek has been nominated for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Next, the Texas Historical Commission will finalize the application, and the U.S. Park Service will consider the nomination in the coming months.

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May 17

The Decline of America’s Pollinators (and what we can do about it)

Bees are in trouble. Within the Shoal Creek watershed, we should begin with restoring, propagating, conserving, and preserving wild habitat. We can help restore America’s declining pollinators as we restore Shoal Creek!

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May 15

Fail succeeds (with notes from the northwest)

Lake Fail is a product of Watershed Protection, created to detain the storm water that runs off of the various impermeable surfaces in that area. Lake Fail is also part of the headwaters of Shoal Creek. And, it is blooming with unexpected beauty.

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May 07

The 6th Street Bridge at Shoal Creek: A Historic Treasure

  Did you know that the West 6th Street Bridge over Shoal Creek is older than the Texas State Capitol Building? Built in 1887, this historic bridge is one of the state’s oldest masonry arches and located at the site…Read More

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