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Conservation Resources

The Cibolo Center for Conservation supports decision-makers by providing research-based information that is critical to future conservation practices and policies.

In collaboration with other conservation partners, we have been stewards of the fragile Upper Cibolo Watershed for over 30 years, protecting critical recharge of the Trinity and Edwards Aquifers. These conservation efforts expand to the Texas Hill Country and is providing a model for conservation in other areas of Texas.

Community Engagements on Water Data and Information in Boerne, Texas


From November 2020 to February 2021, the Internet of Water team partnered with Cibolo Center for Conservation and the University of Texas at Austin to hold four focus groups in Boerne, TX. The focus groups consisted of representatives from municipal and county agencies, business leaders, community organizations, and environmental groups, each focusing on better understanding the participants’ water data needs. The results of these focus group conversations are to inform the Boerne Water Committee as they plan a Boerne Water Data Hub and design a data product to better support decision-makers and residents in Boerne, TX

Kendall County Economic Case for Conservation


In response to the significant population growth expected in Kendall County and the Texas Hill Country, the Cibolo Center for Conservation compiled the research on the economic benefits of conservation to promote thoughtful growth strategies for our treasured Texas community.

Cibolo Conservancy Land Trust

Learn More about the Cibolo Conservancy

The Cibolo Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust helping Hill Country landowners preserve, protect and conserve the natural beauty and value of their land through conservation easements. The Conservancy is a sister organization of the Cibolo Center for Conservation and helps land-owners design their own legacies and protect precious Hill Country lands. We are proud to partner with them for their mission to conserve the natural and cultural resources of the Texas Hill Country.