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Our goal is to preserve and protect the water quality and the ecological integrity of the Grand (Churchill) River and its estuaries for present and future users and for posterity through actions of public awareness, monitoring, intervention and habitat restoration.

Research from Macquarie University has revealed a gloomy future for Australia’s river network with dramatic impacts predicted for people, industries and wildlife owing to climate change. In an article published in Scientific Reports, Macquarie University’s Wetlands in Drylands researchers Zacchary Larkin, Tim Ralph and colleagues modelled how increasing aridity, under even a relatively moderate climate change scenario, will affect Australian inland rivers within 50 years...

Guadalupe Basin Coalition is a voluntary association of businesses, chambers of commerce, lake associations and governmental entities in counties along the Guadalupe River Basin (including all of its tributaries and springs) that are bonded by a common concern for the economic and environmental sustainability of the Guadalupe River Basin and San Antonio Bay.

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