Author: Development Team

San Antonio Express – New trail in San Marcos

The San Antonio Express announces the new Great Spring Project trail segment in San Marcos, TX! Working hard with our San Marcos Green Belt Alliance partners, this 1.3-mile trail will help progress toward a greenbelt around San Marcos and the GSP trail from the Alamo to the Capital. Click here article

2024 April Newsletter

April’s newsletter the halfway point of our 2024 From the Alamo to the Capitol reaches and we attend the conference for American Society of Landscape Architecture’s. This month we highlight key trail projects in the GSP corridor and wraps up with a sweet donation opportunity from our partners at Tiff’s Treats! Click Here for Newsletter

March 2024 Newsletter

We honor the passing of Mr. Mark Tschurr, an extraordinary person who shared a deep love for nature and environmental stewardship and was one of the founding members of the Great Springs Project Board of Directors. Join us in remembering Mark and the legacy he left. GSP also presents recent honors to our GSP staff […]

2023 Impact Report

Welcome to our 2023 Impact Report! As stewards of our precious springs, we’ve been hard at work—conserving habitats and connecting communities. Join us in celebrating our successes of 2023 that will shape the future of our growing corridor! Download PDF

February 2024 Newsletter

Our first newsletter of 2024 takes us around the GSP corridor, announcing some exciting park developments, new actions to protect Central Texas waterways, and infrastructure improvements to improve city walkability Click Here for Newsletter

December 2023 Newsletter

What an incredible 2023 for Great Springs Project! In our final newsletter of the year, learn about conservation progress from our board, a key piece of conservation and trail connectivity in Hays County, new projects along Onion Creek in Travis County, and planning new phases of the Dry Comal Creek Hike and Bike Trail alongside […]

City of Schertz & Great Springs Project Announce New Park

Shertz, Texas – The City of Schertz and Great Springs Project are pleased to announce a new 10.5-acre park on Dry Comal Creek generally at Bunker Street and FM 482. This park provides trail connectivity for the Great Springs Trail and is along the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail. Given the […]