Administration

EAHCP is a collaborative effort by the Edwards Aquifer Authority, the City of New Braunfels, the City of San Marcos, the City of San Antonio through SAWS, Texas State University, and Texas Parks and Wildlife

Adaptive Management

This page is dedicated to Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan (EAHCP) Adaptive Management Plan actions (AMP; Funding & Management Agreement §7.0). AMP actions are taken in support of adapting the EAHCP's programming to changing circumstances and lessons learned over the course of implementation.

Routine Adaptive Management

There are no Routine AMP actions completed or in-process, or this section has not yet been updated with this information.


Nonroutine Adaptive Management

Actions Adopted

Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration Programs - Summer/Fall 2016. On September 15, 2016 a set of adaptive management modifications to the submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) restoration programs in the EAHCP (see “Proposal for Nonroutine Adaptive Management,” below) were recommended by the Stakeholder Committee and approved by the Implementing Committee. This action was informed by a formal analysis of the SAV restoration programs, four years of EAHCP restoration team efforts by Texas State University and the cities of San Marcos and New Braunfels, and an extensive stakeholder consultation process. Several reports and memoranda were produced over the course of pursuing possible adaptive management leading up to the Committees' final recommendation and approval on September 15, 2016. These various publications are provided below:

Actions In-Process

There are no Nonroutine AMP actions completed or in-process, or this section has not yet been updated with this information.


Strategic Adaptive Management

There are no Strategic AMP actions completed or in-process, or this section has not yet been updated with this information.

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