Last weekend local volunteers descended upon the Edwards Aquifer Authority’s newly acquired Research Field Park on the city’s far northeast side to assist with permaculture projects including planting seeds and native grasses on a berm and swale, landscaping, composting and mulching. The intent of the berm and swale is to slow surface water runoff to improve both filtration and infiltration of that surface runoff into the Edwards Aquifer.
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Roxanne Eguia is journalist from San Antonio. She is a part of a experimental art collective and also works as a computer lab tech at St. Philips College.
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