Protection in perpetuity for the only nature sanctuary in the heart of San Antonio.
I love water! I’m from Texas, and grew up being taken to all kinds of water, from the Guadalupe and Frio rivers, to cattle tanks on a ranch in Rocksprings, Texas, to the Gulf Coast and Padre Island, and all the lakes surrounding San Antonio.In 2001, I was introduced to the Osage River near Jefferson City, Missouri. I’ve spent many a holiday and summer vacations on the banks of the Osage, learning all the ways to fish for Catfish: jugging, tight lining, and using a rod & reel, with perch, worms, and wieners for bait.Water is where I go to play, relax, and pray. There is nothing like the stillness of nature, with the sounds of water, accompanied by summer bugs, the wind in the trees, and a chorus of birds.I have been very fortunate to receive these gifts of water. Many are not so fortunate, and the future of the availability of water is threatened, on a local to a global scale. When an entity can take the bold steps to preserve and insure the future life of one body of water, we must celebrate. I celebrate with the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, and the Headwaters at Incarnate Word for taking a leap of faith, and leadership, in placing the Headwaters within an easement. Thank you.
Sor Adriana Calzada Vazquez, CCVI.
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On the header, Sr. Mary Henry, one lucky day at the Osage River.