Honey Creek State Natural Area is hosting a rangeland paired watershed study
on about 800 of the 2700 acre property. The area is part of a long-term
cooperative project that will evaluate the combined effects of selective removal
of Ashe Juniper and habitat restoration on the hydrologic cycle of watersheds in
the Texas Hill Country. Surface runoff, spring flow, and deep infiltration from
these areas provide recharge needed by the Edwards Aquifer and Trinity Aquifer
to support the agriculture and urban needs of the region.
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