March programming will focus on water issues, in honor of World Water Day, which is held annually on Thursday, March 22. The theme for 2018 is Nature for Water, which focuses on how nature can be used to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century. Nature based systems, including land restoration, vegetation buffers along water courses and urban landscaping can help the management of water availability and quality.Water Resources Programming
Tuesday, March 13 10:00-2:00

Join the Headwaters for a day of programming focused on water resource issues facing the local community.
Presenters and topics include:
City of New Braunfels Watershed ManagementHabitat Conservation Plan, Watershed Management, Low Impact Development projects at the Headwaters
New Braunfels UtilitiesWater Conservation
Edwards Aquifer AuthorityEndangered Species of the Edwards Aquifer
Guadalupe-Blanco River AuthoritySurface Water in Comal County

World Water Weekend
Saturday, March 24 10:00-2:00

In honor of World Water Day on March 22, the Headwaters will be open for special tours focused on the restoration efforts at the Headwaters and our goal of improving water quality in the Comal Springs. These tours will also look ahead to future efforts to become an environmental showcase for the community and an educational opportunity for local citizens. Activities for kids will also be setup in the Pavilion.

Tours will be offered at 10:15, 11:30, & 12:45.

To learn more about any of these events or to purchase tickets, visit Programs.

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