Restoration of habitat includes the removal of invasive and exotic species like water hyacinth and elephant ears which thrive and propagate in the cold spring water- choking out native species and ... Continue Reading »
Volunteers are needed throughout the year for a variety of projects including the removal of invasives and replanting of native plants, water quality monitoring, participating in Wild Rice surveys and other technical studies, educational events, HOT SPOT clean-ups and other conservation projects. To find out more about these and other opportunities, sign up for our weekly newsletter.
The San Marcos River Rangers are volunteers trained as citizen scientists to conduct scientific data collection at 15 sites along the San Marcos River from Spring Lake to Prairie Lea. The oldest ... Continue Reading »
Keep San Marcos Beautiful Hot Spot Clean Up takes place on the first Saturday of each month. These short clean ups target a specific area along the river or at nearby creeks that flow into the river. ... Continue Reading »
Every year, on the first Saturday in March, SMRF members volunteer in a massive clean up of the San Marcos River, its tributaries and green spaces. The Texas River Protection Association (TRPA), the ... Continue Reading »
SMARC is involved with scientific research, including equipment and technology development, captive propagation technique development, habitat restoration, native species life history studies, and ... Continue Reading »
The San Marcos Greenbelt Alliance has been working to protect the quality of life for the people of San Marcos through the creation of interconnected parks and natural areas. Today, in the midst of ... Continue Reading »