The goal of Restoration and Preservation projects is to maximize the benefits of the Guadalupe River. Restoration and preservation are central aspects of stewardship. UGRA is committed to continue to develop and execute restoration and preservation projects to maximize the benefits of the River.
UGRA is committed to assisting in efforts to provide sewer systems to areas where septic systems pose a threat to water quality. UGRA has provided Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) to assist the City of Ingram in developing a sewer system. UGRA, Kerr County, the City of Kerrville, the State of Texas and Riverhill Country Club are partners in an effort to replace aging septic systems in a densely populated area known as Kerrville South. The Project will put in place 1.5 Million Dollars of infrastructure and have a substantial positive environmental impact.
Trash-Free River Initiative
Eliminating trash from the Upper Guadalupe River is the goal of UGRA’s Trash-Free River Initiative. UGRA currently contracts with a local company to clean up 15 water crossings throughout Kerr County on a weekly basis.