City of Austin Parks Departments and Watershed Protection are teaming up to restore native vegetation to creeks in parks all over Austin which will improve water quality as well as aid reducing flooding.  Locally, there are two parks with planned proects.  For details, see the links below:

Reed Park restoration fact sheet

Tarrytown Park restoration fact sheet

For more information, please contact

Mateo Scoggins
Environmental Scientist
Ph:(512)974-1917
Note – Effective August 15 , 2011 my email address will change to mateo.scoggins@austintexas.gov

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