Reliant Energy Supports GEAA through Carbon Offset Campaign Year Three

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GEAA is pleased to announce the third year of The Reliant EcoShareSM, a way that Texans can support GEAA and offset their own carbon production at the same time.

Reliant and EarthShare of Texas have launched a program that allows Reliant customers to help reduce their carbon footprints through the purchase of carbon offsets. And for each customer-purchased offset, Reliant will make a contribution to EarthShare of Texas and its participating organizations. As an EarthShare of Texas participating organization, GEAA will benefit from this program.

For more information, follow this link to the EarthShare of Texas website or go directly to


H-E-B Campaign

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GEAA is pleased to announce that H-E-B, in recognition of Earth Day, has selected EarthShare of Texas to be the April beneficiary for its in-store coupon promotion. This means that customers can tear off and add check-out coupons worth $1, $3, or $5 to their total bill to support environmental work throughout the State of Texas for the entire month of April.

H-E-B supports many EarthShare of Texas organizations with corporate grants or in-kind contributions. The April tear-pad promotion is a bit different  as it enables H-E-B customers to bolster the diverse environmental program work of more than three dozen EarthShare of Texas’ organizations, including GEAA. The customers’ dollars will go directly to these organizations, benefitting both the Texas environment and economy.

Throughout the month of April and into the first week of May, look for the EarthShare of Texas display and tear-off coupons at the check-out stands in any Texas H-E-B and Central Market stores.  Support EarthShare of Texas and the Texas environment!


Community Rain Garden Project

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What is a Rain Garden?

Community Rain Gardens Project Synopsis
Community Rain Gardens and Under Your Feet Campaign
Improve Stormwater Treatment at UTSA PP
Watershed Stewardship for the Edwards Aquifer Region – A Low Impact Development Manual

Implementing Low Impact Development: A Process for BMPs Site Selection – July 2017
A Study with UTSA College of Architecture and GEAA

How to get a Rain Garden

Community Rain Garden Application
Receive a Rain Garden in your neighborhood Flyer

Woods of Shavano Rain Garden
Day 1 – September 17, 2016
Day 2 – September 24, 2016
SA Express News: Changes in landscapes and buildings could help fight flooding

Shavano Park
November 5, 2016

Lorence Creek Preserve
November 12&19, 2016
Drone Footage

In the News

Press Conference at City Hall Featuring Mayor Taylor and officials from Wells Fargo Bank
Time Warner Cable: Grant for Community Rain Garden
Rivard Report: Edwards Recharge Zone Receives Boost, 10 Rain Gardens
City of San Antonio’s PPT for press conference on public access channel
News 4: Tour of Community Rain Garden Sites
Fox News: Tour of Community Rain Garden Sites
City Councilman Endorsement from City of San Antonio TV channel
UTSA announcing completion of College of Architecture Report
UTSA announcing grant to College of Civil Engineering for water quality monitoring
Fox News Coverage: Researchers at UTSA trying to purify dirty water faster
Announcement of SXSW Community Grants Award
UTSA professors receive grant to study San Antonio storm water

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