Preserving the natural beauty and
water quality of Cypress Creek
for generations to come
Cypress Creek Watershed Protection Plan aims to ensure that the long-term integrity and sustainability of the Cypress Creek watershed is preserved and that water quality standards are maintained for present and future generations.
July 18, 2017
This forum presented an opportunity for these “neighbors” to meet one another and create a dialogue to resolve and react to current and future water issues.
By: Jeffery Watson, Doug Wierman, Michael Jones | July 17, 2017
A collapsed dam at Cypress Creek was reported to have formed July 3rd. Through observations, it is infered that the water flowing into the collapse feature is emerging downstream of the dam and is unlikely to be recharging the Trinity Aquifer.
Sure, it’s getting hot out there, but please don’t forget about those new trees you worked hard to plant this fall and winter! The first two years after planting is the most critical time to water your trees, especially during our hot, dry summers. Getting newly planted trees well established early can ensure their healthy growth for years to come, making for less maintenance needs and costs in the future. Young trees should be watered once or twice a week during the growing season if there is limited rainfall, with the average 5-gallon tree requiring up to 15-20 gallons of water per week.
The Cypress Creek committee invites you join us for an open house meeting. These meetings will allow you to come and ask us questions and provide feedback on the project.
Thursday, July 13th from 5-7PM at Woodcreek City Hall
Saturday, July 22nd from 9-11AM at Blue Hole
If you have any question about this event, please email us email@example.com.
This spring there's a new way to help keep Texas rivers healthy and flowing. By purchasing a new Texas Rivers conservation license plate, you'll be supporting a vast array of projects that help conserve Texas rivers, protect the diverse fish and wildlife species they support, and increase access to our Texas waterbodies.
The Cypress Creek Watershed Protection Plan aims to ensure the preservation of the long-term beauty, integrity and sustainability of the Cypress Creek watershed and that water quality standards are maintained for present and future generations.