The community gathered on October 6 to celebrate the start of construction on the Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge at Phil Hardberger Park.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced San Antonio’s renewed commitment to the National Wildlife Federation Mayor’s Monarch Butterfly Pledge at a press conference Monday.
The final recommendations from the bond committees include $13 million for the Land Bridge. Your help is still needed.
Thank you to our sponsors and the many friends who attended the Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy's gala in October.
At the PHP Conservancy Annual Meeting & Volunteer Fair in February, volunteers and Board Members shared ideas on current and future initiatives. Read the meeting minutes.
Meet Atticus—the first PAWS for the Park member of the Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy.
The park staff is mowing a section of the savanna. The mowing will also make removal of woody species easier, an ongoing effort in the savanna restoration…
The three donors, each giving $1 million, are Phil and Linda Hardberger, the Klesse Foundation (Bill and Margie Klesse), and the Voelcker Fund. Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff announced that he is working to secure $1 million in County funds for the bridge.
On May 3, from midnight to midnight, you can be part of this great event. San Antonio will come together for 24 hours of nonprofit giving during The Big Give S.A., and Phil Hardberger Park is taking part! It is San Antonio’s third annual giving day.
Thanks to your generosity, the Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy raised $26,101 through The Big Give S.A. on May 5, 2015.
Two years ago San Antonio Natural Area Education Coordinator Peggy Spring had a dream of starting an educational program where toddlers love and experience nature in the first years of life. From this grew the Starting Out Wild (SOW) concept.
$22,946 was raised through TheBigGiveSA, including 3 prizes totaling $4000 awarded to the Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy.