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San Antonio River Authority Stormwater Analyst, Michelle E. Garza, will present the state of San Antonio’s River, the threats it faces, and the work being done to protect and repair this very important ecosystem.

The gallery talk is in conjunction with the river-themed exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych" by Elizabeth Rodriguez. It includes small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Garza has over 10 years of experience in the environmental science and sustainable energy fields as well as business management. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) with a focus on geology and has worked for the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute.

Upon graduating, she worked in regulatory compliance and remediation with DAI Environmental. Garza has been part of the Planning Unit in the Ecological Engineering Department at the San Antonio River Authority for more than six years, where she works to educate, manage projects, and develop sustainable stormwater solutions to improve water quality.

San Antonio River Authority Stormwater Analyst, Michelle E. Garza, will present the state of San Antonio’s River, the threats it faces, and the work being done to protect and repair this very important ecosystem.

The gallery talk is in conjunction with the river-themed exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych" by Elizabeth Rodriguez. It includes small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Garza has over 10 years of experience in the environmental science and sustainable energy fields as well as business management. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) with a focus on geology and has worked for the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute.

Upon graduating, she worked in regulatory compliance and remediation with DAI Environmental. Garza has been part of the Planning Unit in the Ecological Engineering Department at the San Antonio River Authority for more than six years, where she works to educate, manage projects, and develop sustainable stormwater solutions to improve water quality.

San Antonio River Authority Stormwater Analyst, Michelle E. Garza, will present the state of San Antonio’s River, the threats it faces, and the work being done to protect and repair this very important ecosystem.

The gallery talk is in conjunction with the river-themed exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych" by Elizabeth Rodriguez. It includes small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Garza has over 10 years of experience in the environmental science and sustainable energy fields as well as business management. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) with a focus on geology and has worked for the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute.

Upon graduating, she worked in regulatory compliance and remediation with DAI Environmental. Garza has been part of the Planning Unit in the Ecological Engineering Department at the San Antonio River Authority for more than six years, where she works to educate, manage projects, and develop sustainable stormwater solutions to improve water quality.

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WHERE

Bihl Haus Arts
2803 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78201
https://bihlhausarts.org/

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