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Watch the Rockport Public Meeting

March 29th, 2016 |

The Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (GBRA) and The Aransas Project (TAP) help a public meeting in Rockport on Monday, March 21.  Bill West and Todd Votteler spoke on behalf of GBRA and Jim Blackburn spoke on behalf of TAP regarding the recently signed GBRA-TAP White […]

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GBRA and The Aransas Project Collaborate with White Paper for the Benefit of the Guadalupe River System

February 24th, 2016 |

AUSTIN — Two entities that spent years in litigation over Guadalupe River water use and how it affects the wintering population of the endangered whooping cranes are finding common ground and today announced that they are collaborating on a white paper.  This white paper, between the […]

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Press Conference Alert

February 23rd, 2016 |

                              NEWS                             Feb. 24, 2016 For more information, contact: Todd Votteler, tvotteler@gbra.org or (512) 970-9840 Jim Blackburn, jbb@blackburncarter.com […]

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TAP and the International Crane Foundation invite you to a public meeting

November 2nd, 2015 |

Bay Inflows, Legal Action and the Economic and Ecological Future of Aransas County Paws and Taws, Fulton Texas: Monday, November 9, 2015 6:30 p.m. The Aransas Project, its legal team and the International Crane Foundation invite you to join them, the Matagorda Bay Foundation and […]

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DETROIT FREE PRESS

Whooping cranes, tourists spend languid days on Texas gulf coast

January 23rd, 2011 | Related Press

AUSTWELL, Texas –The Aransas National Wildlife Refuge is the winter home of the whooping crane, a bird on the verge of extinction. I drove 20 miles off the main road to get there. I climbed a tall observation tower. In the distance, at least four […]

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