Author: Megan Yeager

Economic Benefits of Great Springs Trail to Exceed $55.9 Million Annually

Austin, TX – Thanks to the expert guidance of Alta Planning + Design, Great Springs Project is pleased to present the Economic Benefits Report for the proposed 100-mile spring-to-spring network of trails from the Alamo to the Capitol. This report serves as a resource to quantify the financial benefit of both the trail and 50,000 conserved acres of land […]

Economic Benefits Report

With the expert guidance of Alta Planning + Design and National Park Service, Great Springs Project is proud to present the Economic Benefits Report for the trail from the Alamo to the Capitol to quantify the financial return from the 100+-mile trail network and 50,000 conserved acres of land in the GSP corridor. The report includes economic, health, environmental, […]

KXAN Interviews GSP Founder, Deborah Morin

Hike from the Capitol to the Alamo: new 100-mile trail project underway Written by: Erik Henrikson Read the article on KXAN AUSTIN (KXAN) – Central Texans may soon have a new outdoor activity available: hiking from Austin to San Antonio. The Great Springs Project is a local nonprofit that’s aiming to build a network of […]

GSP assists City of New Braunfels with TPWD Grant

Great Springs Project assists in submission of grant application to fund Alligator Creek Trail in New Braunfels Written by: Lauren Canterberry Read the article on Community Impact Newspaper If accepted, an application for grant funding to be utilized in the creation of the Alligator Creek Trail could provide up to $250,000 for the project. The […]

SA Report Features GSP’s support from NPS

National Park Service to assist with 100-mile trail from San Antonio to Austin Written by: Brendan Gibbons Read the article on San Antonio Report The Great Springs Project’s founders say they want to create a “national park-scale corridor of protected lands” with hike and bike trails from Austin to San Antonio. Now, the National Park […]

MySA Features GSP

100-mile trail project will connect San Antonio to Austin – but you’ll have to wait Written by: Karly Williams Read the article on My San Antonio A new parks project in Central Texas is on the way, but you’ll have to wait over a decade to enjoy it completely. The Great Springs Project, a major […]

GSP in the Houston Chronicle

100-mile nature trail would create a green corridor linking San Antonio to Austin Written by: Alison Medley Read the article on the Houston Chronicle An ambitious project to create a 100-mile hiking trail from San Antonio to Austin has hit another milestone in its development. The Great Springs Project is a little closer to becoming […]