Our Watershed

2022 10 20 Hunt School October 21st, 2022

UGRA Supports Rainwater Harvesting at the Hunt School

The Upper Guadalupe River Authority (UGRA) awarded the Hunt School $5,000 to support improvements to their 20,000-gallon rainwater catchment system. Read More
Usgs Water Cycle 43 October 3rd, 2022

Modern Water Cycle

For the first time in over 20 years, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has released a new version of the water cycle diagram. The original USGS water cycle has been the basis for thousands of replica diagrams and a cornerstone of... Read More
Befloodaware17 September 30th, 2022

Be Flood Aware

Central Texas has been identified as the most flash flood prone area in the United States by the National Weather Service and has often been referred to as flash flood alley. The best advice we can give is to never drive through flood... Read More
Science Day 2022 April 1st, 2022

UGRA Science Day at Riverside Nature Center

The Upper Guadalupe River Authority and Riverside Nature Center are longstanding educational partners.  Since 2018, the UGRA Board has approved funding to offer the UGRA 2nd Grade Science Day at Riverside Nature Center field trip to all... Read More
Green Stormwater Infastructure Preview September 30th, 2018

Green Stormwater Infrastructure Seminar

Green infrastructure are low impact development practices that promote the natural movement of water, instead of allowing it to wash into streets and down storm drains. Having less water runoff into storm drains and roadways can help... Read More
11th Annual River Cleanup Preview September 30th, 2014

11th Annual River Cleanup

UGRA hosted its 11th Annual River Clean Up on Saturday, July 26, 2014. A total of 6,495 pounds of garbage was collected by 312 participants, working along the river from above Hunt all the way to Center Point. The goal of the River Clean... Read More
Water Enhancement Through Brush Management Preview September 30th, 2012

Water Enhancement through Brush Management Video

The Upper Guadalupe River Authority is committed to water enhancement. Over the last 200 years, the density of Ashe juniper trees, also known as cedar, has increased in our region and poses a major threat to the health of our watershed... Read More