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Our Mission:

To sustain the natural environment and enhance urban spaces through land conservation, community engagement, and education.

The Big Give S.A. 2015 is Tuesday May 5th!  This 24-hour community-wide day of giving is a great opportunity to make your donation go even further towards the causes you care about.  On May 5th, click the photo below to contribute to our mission!  Thank you sincerely for all your support!LogoTiltedwithDate,Website,Tagline


Our Spring 2015 Newsletter is here!

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 Join us for the fourth annual SicloVerde on Saturday May 9th! Tour several San Antonio community gardens on your bicycle or your own two feet!  This year’s route options are a 3-mile walk or ride, 13 mile ride, and 17 mile ride.  To learn more and to register, visit

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 Voters will get the opportunity to renew funding for protection of the Edwards Aquifer through land conservation as well as the Greenway Trails on May 9!  Visit the Expand Our Parks & Protect Our Aquifer website to learn more!Photos 9-20 013

GSA’s EXCLUSIVE Spring Pollinator t-shirts are in and feature our bee, butterfly, and bat friends!

Own a unique piece of wearable art designed by our very own board member, Kathleen Trenchard.  To view her beautiful papel picado artwork, visit her website.   We have limited quantities, so come by the Green Spaces office to get yours soon!

~ Men’s in green or black, sizes M-XXL  $15

~ Women’s in green, marine blue, or sangria, sizes M-XXL  $15


 Green Spaces Alliance has received a $50,000 grant

from the Aetna Foundation!

The grant will support the Fruitful San Antonio Initiative, a multi-faceted program designed to inspire active living and healthy eating.

Funds will be used to create opportunities for local residents to participate in projects that increase understanding of the cycle of growing, harvesting, preparing and enjoying fresh local food.  The Fruitful San Antonio Initiative will feature three Community Harvest Blitzes, four Harvest Stations, one Mobile Harvest Station, and eighteen hands-on “Plot-to-Plate” workshops throughout 2015, reaching an estimated 850 people in the first year.

“Community-based programs can have a powerful impact in changing people’s health and their lives, family by family and neighborhood by neighborhood,” said Garth Graham, M.D., MPH, president of the Aetna Foundation. “We are pleased to support Green Spaces Alliance’s programs that are making a difference in the lives of families from San Antonio’s underserved communities.”

Green Spaces Alliance will be collaborating with a number of public and private partners on this effort. Local organizations, groups and individuals are encouraged to participate and contribute to the program by contacting Angela Hartsell, Community Gardens Program Manager at

Interested in volunteering for Fruitful San Antonio Initiative events?  Sign up here!

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Green Spaces Alliance is seeking input from our community to guide our activities and programs- we value your input.


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