WVWA has been collecting quality assured water quality data since 2003 and is the only nonprofit organization in the state of Texas to do so. This data is used to assess whether surface water in the Blanco River and Cypress Creek is meeting Federal Clean Water Act standards. WVWA will continue to participate in the CRP in partnership with the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (GBRA), the Meadow’s Center for Water and the Environment, and the Texas Clean Rivers Program.

A water quality dashboard for the Wimberley Valley Watershed has been established here.

For information on the Hays County Monitoring Sites, click here.

Program of the USGS in Texas: Jacob’s Well Spring Monitoring Project

Links to Other Organizations Doing Water Quality Monitoring

TCEQ has a citizen water sampling program explained at https://www.tceq.texas.gov/waterquality/nonpoint-source/projects/texas-stream-team
The LCRA offers full lab services as explained at https://www.lcra.org/services/els/Pages/Services.aspx

The LCRA water quality monitor programs are explained at https://www.lcra.org/water/quality/pages/monitoring-programs.aspx
Within the latter, the River Watch network (sampling by volunteers) is explained at
Notice the links at the top right of this page–a link to their water quality monitoring manual is there.

The Meadows “Stream Team” of citizen data collection is described at https://www.meadowscenter.txstate.edu/Service/TexasStreamTeam.html