Aug 26

Aftermath of the August 2022 Shoal Creek Flood

On Monday, August 22, 2022, a record-breaking downpour dropping nearly five inches of rain in three hours caused Shoal Creek to flood, reaching its highest level since 2015. Numerous photos, videos, and news stories have documented the incredible surge of…Read More

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Jul 15

Ecological Restoration at Seiders Springs

Below a large parking lot and above Shoal Creek’s eastern bank, water spills from a steep limestone bluff and flows overland into the creek. Native elbowbush cascades down the cliff face near the springs, and large live oak and pecan…Read More

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Aug 18

Creekside Neighbors Program – empowering residents within the Shoal Creek watershed

Creekside Neighbors Program provides residents in the Shoal Creek watershed with the resources necessary to help improve Shoal Creek’s water quality Through educational materials and technical guidance, Shoal Creek Conservancy is empowering residents to join its effort to make Shoal…Read More

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Sep 10

SCC Fall 2019 Events: We can’t wait to see you on the trail!

This fall you can expect to see Shoal Creek Conservancy on the trail each month hosting volunteer workdays and educational tours that cover topics like birding, human impact on the creek, and tree identification. As a SCC volunteer this fall, you will increase trail safety and accessibility…Read More

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May 26

Shoal Creek Flood 2015: The Clean Up Begins

In the coming days we will be mobilizing volunteer teams to help the clean up effort along the creek and throughout the watershed.

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