Urban Land & Water

 

Green Spaces Alliance Urban Land & Water programs aim to reconnect urban communities with their natural environment, including land and waterways.  The program seeks to facilitate more efficient and effective use of our natural resources while promoting locally-led community revitalization efforts that focus on economic, social and environmental benefits.  The program is true to Green Spaces Alliance’s Mission with a goal to sustain the natural environment and enhance urban spaces.

Currently, the Urban Land & Water Program includes the following initiatives:

Native Landscapes

Natural beauty and improved wildlife habitat are some of the many wonderful benefits associated with native plants. Native landscapes are a necessary and vital component to the Upper San Antonio...

Urban Agriculture

Simply put urban agriculture is growing or producing food in a city or heavily populated town or municipality, such as San Antonio.  We extend this definition to include community gardens but...

An Urban Land & Water Video

A short video on GSA’s Urban Land & Water Programs

San Antonio Area Gardens Map

Green Spaces Alliance’s Community-Supported Gardening Program started in 2005 as a series of discovery meetings with a wide range of community stakeholders. Those meetings revealed a strong need for...

For more information, contact Zanel Pizarro, Community Conservation Coordinator: (210) 222-8430 ext. 310.

Urban Land & Water Events

  • Virtual Workshop: November Garden Chores
    • November 3, 2020
      5:45 pm - 6:45 pm

    Our monthly workshop series featuring information on what should be done to upkeep your garden for the month. Workshop will be held on Facebook Live.

  • High Country Presents: Gifts From the Garden
    • November 14, 2020
      9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    High Country Community Garden is hosting a hands-on crafting workshop on November 14. Reserve your spot by November 10 by emailing macaulay5903@gmail.com.