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GSP Featured in Culture Map

100-Mile Nature Trail Connecting Austin to San Antonio Springs Forward. Written by: Melissa Gaskill Read the article on Culture Map Imagine a 100-mile network of trails for hiking and biking that runs from the Texas Capitol in Austin to the Alamo in San Antonio, connecting along the way to Barton, San Marcos, Comal, and San

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GSP on News 4 San Antonio

Great Springs Project would connect San Antonio to Austin with 100-mile trail Written by: Jim Lefko Read article on News4 SAN ANTONIO – Plans to ease congestion between San Antonio and Austin have been stalled for years. But a new project could lead to a different kind of connector between the two cities. The Great

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Austin Chronicle features GSP

Great Springs Project Proposes a Network of Trails From Austin to San Antonio Written by: Lina Fisher Read article in the Austin Chronicle Can one of the fastest-developing regions in the country prioritize conservation? That’s the hope of the ambitious Great Springs Project, which has inched a little closer to realizing its goal of a national

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National Park Service News Release

Great Springs Project selected for National Park Service Assistance on outdoor recreation and conservation project support initiative Austin, TX – Today, the National Park Service (NPS) Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) announced the selection of Great Springs Project to receive community planning and technical assistance. Great Springs Project was selected through a competitive

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GSP in San Antonio Report

Great Springs Project Envisions a Network of Trails From Austin to San Antonio Written by: Brendan Gibbons Read Article in the San Antonio Report Twenty-seven years ago, Deborah Morin watched as the hills, streams, caves, and springs of the Hill Country outside of Austin were being gobbled up by construction. At the time, Morin was

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