Clean Rivers Program
Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District began its participation in the Clean Rivers program during the Summer of 2012. Since then, its involvement has expanded from the Medina River to Medina Lake and the Nueces Watershed in September 2016.
BCRAGD’s involvement in the Clean Rivers Program would not be possible without partnerships from neighboring authorities: San Antonio River Authority (SARA), Nueces River Authority (NRA), and the Lower Colorado River Authority Environmental Lab Services (LCRA-ELS). They assist with training, laboratory work, and sometimes provide extra personnel and equipment.
If you are interested in the Clean Rivers Program and the sites that BCRAGD assists with, click on this link to the TCEQ Clean Rivers Program webpage.
Photo depicts CRP activities throughout the county. Left: Drucilla Meier on an Aquatic Life monitoring event. Top Middle: Kayla Shearhart on an Aquatic Life Monitoring event. Bottom Middle: Levi Sparks and Kayla Shearhart on Medina Lake. Right: Morgen Ayers and Michael Redman on routine CRP sample event at Brewington Crossing.