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Watch the Water and Save Big Bucks - Water Smarts for Wimberley, Austin, San Antonio, and All of Central Texas

The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC.
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Water Resources in the Central Texas Hill Country

Living or building in the Hill Country brings water issues to the forefront. In a region that often experiences drought conditions, understanding groundwater issues, rainwater harvesting and water conservation can be critical knowledge. Become an expert on water in the Central Texas region, save money, and learn to use the gift of rainwater through these resources.  Click for more»
Heating Smarts: Using Less Energy, Saving Money, and Staying More Comfortable During Central Texas Cold Fronts

Tips for saving heating costs and enjoying a more comfortable home when arctic fronts blow through the Hill Country.  Click for more»
Butterfly Gardening in the Central Texas Hill Country

Information, links and resources for attracting a beautiful hill country visitor to your Central Texas garden.  Click for more»
Choose the Right Architect to Help Plan and Build a Beautiful, Practical Green Home

Rick Burleson, AIA, offers practical, inexpensive strategies that will give you the most sustainable impact for the least amount of money.

See how your new home can be beautiful (and green) with greater comfort and fewer energy costs.  Click for more»
Clean, Sustainable, Practical: Reviewing Costs and Savings of a Photovoltaic System to Provide Energy for Your Texas Home

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Green Sells!

Smart homebuyers can now choose homes that are energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, and beautiful. Increased awareness of environmental issues is fueling a change in the way a potential buyer may look at your home.
Using sustainable building guidelines when building or remodeling your home can pay off big when you're ready to resell!
Now it's possible to benefit from green building practices while living in your home and at resell time. Read on...  Click for more»

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