Edwards Aquifer Conservation District

Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
Edwards Aquifer Conservation District is listed in the Government Services category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Edwards Aquifer Conservation District which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Edwards Aquifer Conservation District on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Edwards Aquifer Conservation District is:
1124 Regal Row
Austin, TX 78748
(512) 282-8453

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Edwards Aquifer Conservation District has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Edwards Aquifer Conservation District has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Austin, Texas is 40 and in the Government Services category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) shared Colorado River Alliance's post.
The Barstow Speaker Series topic this year is "Groundwater and the Colorado River." Check out the panel.... some great perspectives to discuss current issues. Colorado River Alliance will be broadcasting the event through Facebook Live. Details below. Tune in on Monday, Oct. 30 from 11:55 - 1:00.
We're a week from the SOLD OUT Barstow lunch and panel discussion. We'll be broadcasting on Facebook Live on 10/30 at 11:55am with Texas water A-Listers: ~ Representative Tracy O King, Texas Legislature ~Meredith Mill with The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment ~Greg Meszaros, Austin Water ~Sarah Schlessinger, Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts ~Carlos Rubinstein, RSAH2O (formerly Texas Water Development Board)

We're hiring! A part time Outreach Specialist for the Aquifer District has just been posted. Help us find the perfect fit! Apply by Monday, November 6. http://bseacd.org/2017/10/job-posting-outreach-specialist/

Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) shared Austin Watershed's post.
This is a fantastic look at land stewardship & management that helps protect recharge water quality! You can also see it one the big screen at Austin Parks and Recreation Department's Splash! exhibit at Barton Springs. Great job, y'all!
Living Springs an Interactive Documentary about Barton Springs published their newest video, The Wildlands! Check it out at http://tinyurl.com/ya3epwp2 to learn more about why Austin residents took action to protect our wildlands.
Did you know that Austin manages 26,000 acres that have been purchased by voters through open space bonds to protect the aquifer? Learn about the myriad bene...

Ever wonder what a groundwater well looks like from the inside? The District's downhole camera offers a glimpse into the aquifer that you may not have seen before! Well construction standards help make sure wells provide safe drinking water for a long time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4R3765UCXg&t=17s
A well constructed water well will provide good groundwater for a landowner for a long time. A poorly constructed well, however, is likely to result in great...

Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) added 2 new photos.
Central Texas is prone to extreme weather like floods and drought, and during those situations real-time information is critical. The Texas Water Development Board has recently developed some great real-time applications for tracking rainfall totals (TexMesonet.org) and flood gauges (TexasFlood.org) throughout Texas. TexasFlood.org shows data from USGS and NOAA on river levels as well as coastal gages so you can see the Hurricane Harvey storm surge. TexMesonet.org shows a network of selected weather stations, rain gauges, current conditions, radar and 24hr time series graphs throughout the state of Texas. Stay Safe!

May eNews now available: Water Conservation Period, Aquifer Status, College Scholarship winner, Magellan sampling icont.ac/3LAQE

Now entering Water Conservation Period. Voluntary 10% reduction in groundwater use. icont.ac/3KBHT

March eNews now available! Happy Groundwater Awareness Week! Scholarship applications due SOON! icont.ac/3HjyX

Feb eNews now available... lots to read about! icont.ac/3GcE1

January eNews now available! Scholarships, EP update, Barton Springs Hackathon and Needmore Contested Case info icont.ac/3E0zU