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    Working to leave a legacy of aquifers that last forever

     

     

    Thank you to our supporters - we need you --and the landowners who are standing up for you need you---now more than ever!

     

    JOIN THE BATTLE TO PROTECT AQUIFERS AND PRIVATE

    PROPERTY RIGHTS

    ~~ IT'S YOUR GROUNDWATER AND YOUR GRANDKIDS' LEGACY~~

     

    Every permit application to export our groundwater is an opportunity to protect our local communities that might never come again.

     
    PLEASE DONATE - see the "Donate" button below.
     
    ~~ BREAKING NEWS ~~

    The Lower Colorado River Authority's permit has been set for a "contested case hearing" in mid-October, 2019 ~~ 55 landowners (43 of whom were already receiving assistance from SAWDF) were approved as parties to the hearing on Dec. 19, pending the filing of objections to any party by Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District and LCRA by February 19, 2019. Read and share the rest of the story in our Dec. 21 media release published in the NEWS blog .

     

    Thank you to all who generously supported our very successful and ***delicious*** fundraiser outside the Convention Center before the hearing! And a big thank you to all our bakers --see them pictured in the News Blog.

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    ~~KEEP THE LAWYERS WORKING ON END OP~~

    ~~HELP LANDOWNERS PROTEST THE LCRA PERMIT TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS TO YOUR GROUNDWATER~~

    The legal issues at stake in the End Op litigation and the LCRA permit protest are important for our communities' future ---you will be helping to preserve: the sustainability of our aquifers (and our rivers, streams and springs); our ability to have any local control over our water; and our private property rights.

    We can only do this by having the funds to fight for our right as landowners to respond to mega-permits like LCRA with a seat at the table to give us the right to have the District listen when WE ask "What if the water's not there someday?", like City of Elgin's Lost Pines Board member asked about the LCRA permit ~~

    ~~See the News Blog for the City of Elgin's story as a protester of the LCRA permit~~

     

    Donate to SAWDF and your contribution is eligible for a deduction on your federal income tax. You can earmark your donation for the SAWDF-LCRA Fund, the SAWDF-End Op Fund or the SAWDF-General Fund.

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