We Are A Coalition of Rural and Urban Texans

And We Want What’s Best for Central and South Texas

Our Partners

For the City of San Antonio and surrounding areas, the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club seeks sustainable practices, a clean environment and livable communities. We want our children to be able to breathe clean air and drink clean water. We act on local community issues that affect our lives and environment.
Alamo Sierra Club
The Central Texas Aquifers Coalition is a group of rural landowners in the Milam/Burleson county area. The coalition is led by Curtis Chubb, Ph.D., author of more than 1,000 articles about groundwater in Texas.
Clean Water Action is a one million member organization of diverse people and groups joined together to protect our environment, health, economic well-being and community quality of life. Our goals include clean, safe and affordable water; prevention of health threatening pollution; creation of environmentally safe jobs and businesses; and empowerment of people to make democracy work. Clean Water Action organizes strong grassroots groups and coalitions and campaigns to elect environmental candidates and solve environmental and community problems.

Clean Water Action

Environment Texas is a citizen-based environmental advocacy project of Environment America. We believe there’s something special about Texas — something worth protecting and preserving for future generations. Whether it’s swimming at Barton Springs on a hot day, paddling down the Trinity River or hiking through Big Bend National Park, Texas’ natural wonders enrich our lives in countless ways.
Environment Texas
Environmental Stewardship is a Texas based 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit organization based in Bastrop, Texas. Our work is primarily in the lower Colorado River basin where we focus on groundwater and surface water issues.
Environmental Stewardship
The people of Esperanza dream of a world where everyone has civil rights and economic justice, where the environment is cared for, where cultures are honored and communities are safe. The Esperanza advocates for those wounded by domination and inequality — women, people of color, queer people, the working class and poor. We believe in creating bridges between people by exchanging ideas and educating and empowering each other. We believe it is vital to share our visions of hope… we are esperanza.
Esperanza Peace and Justice Center
The Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance (GEAA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes effective broad-based advocacy for protection and preservation of the Edwards Aquifer, its springs, watersheds, and the Texas Hill Country that sustains it. The Edwards Aquifer is the source of the largest springs in Texas and the sole source of drinking water for more than 1.5 million Central Texas residents.
Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance
The mission of the League of Independent Voters of Texas, launched in the fall of 2013, is to organize Texans in the fight for what is uniquely Texan – a people tied to our land, our water, our clear blue skies and the democratic republic for which we are supposed to stand.
League of Independent Voters of Texas
The Save Our Springs Alliance works to protect the Edwards Aquifer, its springs and contributing streams, and the natural and cultural heritage of the Hill Country region and its watersheds, with special emphasis on Barton Springs.
Save Our Springs Alliance
The Wimberley Valley Watershed Associations’s mission was developed to ensure communities are aware of their connection and responsibilities to the watershed and are supported in implementing water policies that will ensure water quality and availability for future generations. To achieve this mission, WVWA will:

  • advocate for clean, clear flowing springs and streams and the sustained health of the Wimberley Valley, and
  • engage the community in land and water stewardship through research and education.

Wimberley Valley Watershed Association