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Introduction

This survey will inform the creation of a Land, Water, and Natural Infrastructure Plan for the Hill Country. This work is being led by the Texas Hill Country Conservation Network, a coalition of organizations and agencies working to advance protection and stewardship of land, water, and natural infrastructure in the Texas Hill Country.
 
The survey is designed to help us understand community priorities related to parks, open spaces, agricultural lands, water resources, and the environment. After you finish the survey, you can sign up to stay connected to the project, and you will have a chance to win a $75 gift card. Participation in this survey is completely confidential. Your name will not be collected or used with any reports that result from this survey. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Thank you very much for your help!
 
A couple of notes:

This survey addresses the entire Hill Country region of Texas. The Hill County covers 18 counties and includes the cities of Austin, San Antonio, San Marcos, and Fredericksburg. (See map below.)

Natural infrastructure
is the woodlands and forests, grasslands, wetlands, rangeland, and other natural systems and features that protect drinking water, recharge aquifers, support wildlife, prevent soil erosion, clean the air, reduce flood risk, and minimize the impacts of extreme weather. In cities and towns, urban forests, rain gardens, and open space in parks also represent natural infrastructure.

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Map of Texas Hill Country

Map of Texas Hill Country
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